I don't understand why you think it is too cold up here for fuel cells? Obviously low temperatures affect design considerations (of most things), but fuel cells do work here... we even have companies that manufacture fuel cells here (eg Ballard Power). see link...
I'm not necessarily convinced that fuel cells are the way of the future for automotive propulsion, but I do think its good that companies are developing them, even if the eventual applications are non-automotive (effectively what has happened at Ballard now that the hype has diminished).
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