Green Car Reports (GCR), owned by High Gear Media, is reporting false & misleading information about Hydrogen fuel cells under the guise of legitimate news with journalistic integrity. GCR’s article posted May 4, 2017 titled “Energy use for hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles: higher than electrics, even hybrids (analysis)” gives the appearance of a legitimate & scientific news article but it is far from truthful. GCR’s post is slanderous and false. RMP has taken time to rebut the article paragraph by paragraph because we take clean energy seriously and this type of fake news cannot be tolerated. In RMP’s post, we first post what John Voelcker wrote and then demonstrate how wrong and misleading his “Anti-Hydrogen” reporting truly is. Want to learn the truth about Hydrogen fuel cells and how “Anti-Hydrogen” sources like GCR try to discredit it? Then grab some popcorn because you’re going to want to read this article.
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Click on the button below to show all Michigan oil & gas wells that have caused ground water contamination according to the Michigan DNR's 1993 SAP list. Note that some ground water contamination locations have been fully remediated and some are in active remediation. Currently there are 206 confirmed cases where ground water was contaminated as a result of an oil or gas well. We know of more wells and expect this number to rise as our research continues but we only list wells where we can get confirmation from MDEQ documentation.
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