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Coca-Cola and NYC Mayor Announce Expansion of Hybrid Trucks Fleet in New York

John F Brock, president and chief executive officer of Coca-Cola Enterprises, today joined Mayor Michael R Bloomberg to announce that the company is undertaking energy saving measures in New York, including introducing the five hybrid-electric trucks to their distribution center in the Bronx.

Chicago Water Authority Purchases 30 All-Electric, Zero-Emissions Cars

The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago, one of the nation's largest water authorities, today announced that it has purchased 30 all-electric, low-speed MILES ZX40 cars as part of its strategy to slash fleet emissions and costs.

Hybrid Technologies Inc. Initiates Production of Lithium Toyota Yaris

Hybrid Technologies, Inc, emerging leaders in the development and marketing of lithium-powered products worldwide, announces the production of beta models Toyota Yaris as Mooresville plant gears up to produce all-lithium version of the Toyota produced compact sedan.

Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid Named 2008 Green Car of the Year

The 2008 Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid -- the first General Motors vehicle to use the company's all-new two-mode hybrid system -- has been named Green Car Journal's 2008 Green Car of the Year.

Honda Reveals 'FCX Clarity' Advanced Fuel Cell Vehicle

Honda today unveiled the new "FCX Clarity" advanced fuel cell vehicle at the Los Angeles Auto Show, and announced plans to begin limited retail marketing of the production vehicle in summer 2008.

London Mayor Announces Europe's Largest Fleet of Hydrogen Buses

The Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, today announced that ten new hydrogen powered buses will join London's bus fleet by 2010.

Argonne Teams With Industry to Promote PHEV R&D

The US Department of Energy's (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory has teamed up with several industrial partners, including some of America's largest automakers, to promote research and development of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs).

Diesel- and Hybrid-Powered Vehicles Can Provide More Societal Benefits than Gas-Powered Autos

Cars and light trucks powered by advanced diesel technology or hybrid technology can provide larger societal benefits than traditional gasoline-powered automobiles, according to a RAND Corporation working paper presented today.

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