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International Truck and Engine First Company to Enter Hybrid Commercial Truck Production

The road to a better environment will now include greener commercial vehicles.

Mazda to Participate in Norwegian National Project, HyNor

Mazda Motor Corporation and HyNor (Hydrogen Road of Norway) will collaborate in the development of hydrogen fuel and hydrogen vehicles.

Opcon to Develop Entirely New Component for Fuel Cell Vehicle

SRM, a company within the Renewable Energy business area of the energy and environmental technology Group Opcon AB has received an order from a major automotive manufacturer to develop a prototype for an entirely new and unique component for fuel cell vehicles.

UC Davis Will Study Users of New Plug-in Hybrid Cars

The latest green car goes under the UC Davis microscope today: a hybrid sedan modified to recharge from a standard 110-volt electric outlet.

GM's Baltimore Transmission Plant Begins Production Of 2-Mode Hybrid

General Motors' Baltimore Transmission Plant today officially began production of the auto industry's most technologically advanced hybrid transmission - the only hybrid transmission designed and built in the United States by a major automaker.

GM Launches Strategy to Support China with Energy, Environmental Challenges

General Motors Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner announced today a far-reaching collaborative strategy to support the Chinese government's pursuit of energy-efficient and environmentally friendly transportation that will be based on the principle of "in China, with China, for China.

Boeing Tests HALE Hydrogen Propulsion System Using Ford-Developed Engine

The Boeing Company, using a Ford Motor Company-developed hydrogen engine, has successfully tested the hydrogen propulsion system of its High Altitude Long Endurance (HALE) unmanned aircraft.

GM-Allison Hybrid Buses Arrive in Southeast Michigan

The first of 20 new GM-Allison hybrid-powered buses unveiled today by the Ann Arbor Transportation Authority's (AATA) fleet marks next step in AATA's continuing effort to minimize negative impacts on the environment and cut operating costs.

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