Definatly a worry Ryan, i have kids??
You make a good point and i would be very keen to know more about the renewable source you talk about, mostly out of curiosity but understand you may not be able to say much for privacy.
Clon - the hydrogen stations could easily be incorporated into your standard petrol stations in the same way LPG is. All you would need is some Hydrogen plants and delivery vehicles. All said and done you could do this within 5 years if there is a market for it - its the funding that will delay things.
There are about 500 hydrogen powered cars in the world already.
Taken from Wikipedia
Hydrogen filling stations
Since the turn of the millennium, filling stations offering hydrogen have been opening worldwide. Among them:
Some fuel stations in Germany (among them, Aral), within the Clean Energy Partnership, are offering hydrogen.
Bus refueling stations in a small number of European cities as part of the Clean Urban Transport for Europe programme.
Iceland began opening stations in 2003 as part of the country's initiative to implement a hydrogen economy.
Stations in California opened by the California Fuel Cell Partnership, and under Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's hydrogen highway program.
A Washington DC Shell gas station on Benning Road sells mostly gasoline but also has one hydrogen pump. President George W. Bush made news by visiting the station.
The third hydrogen filling station in the world opened in Dearborn, Michigan in 1999, sponsored by Ford.
Japan has a number of hydrogen filling stations run by the JHFC (Japan Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Demonstration Project) to test various technologies of hydrogen generation.
British Columbia, Canada is building a seven node hydrogen refueling station network from Victoria to Whistler timed to coincide with the 2010 Winter Olympic Games. The node in Surrey was the first in the world to deliver hydrogen at 70 MPa, and is the longest operational node in the network, having been supplying hydrogen since March 2002.