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LSU Professors Work to Improve Efficiency of Ethanol Fuel

Lowering fuel emission levels is a topic facing constant scrutiny by the global public.


Eaton Begins Commercial Production of Hybrid Power Systems for Medium-Duty Trucks

Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton Corporation announced today that the company's medium-duty hybrid power systems are now commercially available and will be ready for customer deliveries in 2008 on the chassis of several major North American commercial vehicle manufacturers.


GM and A123Systems to Co-Develop Lithium-Ion Battery Cell for Chevrolet Volt

General Motors and A123Systems will co-develop cells with A123System's nanophosphate battery chemistry for a long-lasting, safe and powerful battery for use in GM's electric drive E-Flex system.


Electrovaya Delivers Plug-in Hybrid Ford Escape Electric Vehicle

Electrovaya announced today that its subsidiary, Electrovaya Company located in Ballston Spa, New York, has delivered the Ford Escape SUV Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) to the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA).


Kenworth's First Medium Duty Pickup and Delivery Hybrid Truck Delivered

Kenworth Truck Company and Dunn Lumber, two long-time Seattle-area companies, have teamed up to bring Kenworth's first medium duty hybrid-electric truck into the US market.


Utilicraft Aerospace Implementing New Green Technology

Utilicraft Aerospace Industries, Inc, Officials of Utilicraft Aerospace announced today that the company has taken initiatives regarding the demands for more environmentally friendly aircraft by implementing its new Green Technology.


Porsche Reveals Early Stages of New Cayenne Hybrid

Porsche, a company renowned for its high-performance sports cars and sport utility vehicles (SUV), this week in Stuttgart demonstrated to the media a Cayenne SUV hybrid prototype, providing a glimpse of what the company will offer to consumers by the end of the decade.


UC Irvine to Test and Analyze New Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle

The Advanced Power and Energy Program at the University of California, Irvine will evaluate a prototype Toyota plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, or PHEV, as part of a nearly $3 million research effort to determine how the widespread use of such technology would affect air quality and the demand for electricity in California.



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