Reformed methanol fuel cells have been around for years, but they are not pollution-free. All of them produce both water and CO2 greenhouse gas emissions, although less than a gasoline or diesel car. Methanol has an advantage over hydrogen in that it is a liquid at room temperature, so it can be stored and distributed like gasoline or diesel. You would also refuel a methanol car in a matter of minutes, where electric vehicles take much longer to recharge.
According to Blue world technologies, methanol can be made from renewable sources such as “electricity, biomass, biogas and municipal waste”. As with any fuel cell vehicle, however, creating methanol with electricity, and then using it in a fuel cell to power a vehicle, is much less efficient than just charging a battery directly – as I did. have already explained in Engadget hydrogen explicator.