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Volvo Presents Heavy Vehicle Hybrid Technology

Today, the Volvo Group presents an efficient hybrid solution for heavy vehicles, as trucks and buses, which offers fuel savings of up to 35 percent.


Hymotion unveils Plug-in Hybrid Technology

This week at one of the premier international auto shows in the world, Hymotion unveiled its Plug-in Hybrid Technology.


Peugeot Citroen Develops Diesel Hybrid Vehicles

French carmaker PSA Puegeot Ciroen unveiled two demonstration diesel-hybrid vehicles that can acheive fuel economy ratings of almost 70 miles per gallon.


330 MPG Hybrid for Under $20k

Accelerated Composites, LLC, has designed a two-seat passenger car that will achieve up to 330 MPG and sell for under $20,000.


Honda Civic Hybrid Awarded the "Best New Alternative Power" Vehicle for 2006

Honda's advanced technology leadership in the area of fuel efficiency and low-emission vehicles was recognized by the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) with the Honda Civic Hybrid being named the "Best New Alternative Power" vehicle for 2006.


Firefly Energy Patents Graphite Foam Battery

Firefly Energy has received a US patent for a new lead acid battery technology that it believes has the potential to revolutionize the existing $16 billion worldwide lead acid battery market as well as serve applications like hybrid electric vehicles which historically aren't suitable for lead acid batteries.


2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid Unveiled

Toyota unveiled the first Toyota Camry hybrid at the Detroit auto show.


Green Car of the Year: Mercury Mariner Hybrid

The Mercury Mariner Hybrid -- the first full-hybrid premium compact SUV -- is now the first vehicle to be honored by Green Car Journal as "Green Car of the Year.



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