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Retired Phoenix patent attorney Russ Voorhees is all up in the Crown Vic action as a way to save the planet. As our neighbors to the north might say, "Eh?" Here's the deal: Voorhees picks up CNG-powered Vickies at municipal auctions and then delivers them to EVIT, a technical institute in Mesa which serves students from 10 area schools. The kids at EVIT retrofit the motors to run on a mix of hydrogen and natural gas, thus, Voorhees hopes, raising awareness that the hydrogen economy could be now, and ultimately generating business for his company, Global Hydrogen.

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