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Volvo Cars' Active Pro-Environmental Work Continues at an Ever-Faster Pace

Volvo Cars is now advancing its position in its commitment to sustainable mobility, investing considerably in environmental technology over the coming years.

One Year After Honda Leased the First Hydrogen Fuel Cell-Powered to an Individual

American Honda Motor Co, Inc, announced today the one-year anniversary of the world's first lease of a hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicle to an individual retail customer.

Volkswagen Golf and New Beetle Most Fuel Efficient Among Gasoline-Only Vehicles

Autobytel Inc today released its Q2 2006 Quarterly QuickView(1), powered by its Automotive Information Center (AIC) division.

Ford Chooses Flexfuel Vehicles While Ditching Hybrid Promise

Sierra Club Statement by Dan Becker, Director, Global Warming Program:

Yesterday, Bill Ford announced in an email to Ford Motor Company employees that Ford was walking away from its promise to produce 250,000 hybrid vehicles annually by the end of the decade.

Breakdown of Global Warming Pollution from all the Automobiles in use on America's Roads

Cars and light trucks made by each of the Big Three automakers - GM, Ford, and DaimlerChrysler - emit more of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2) than the nation's largest electric utility, American Electric Power (AEP), with its nearly 60 large coal-fired power plants and 36,000 megawatts of generating capacity, according to a new report by Environmental Defense, Global Warming on the Road.

EPA Unveils Unique Hydraulic Hybrid Diesel Delivery Truck

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today unveiled the first-ever series hydraulic hybrid diesel urban delivery vehicle, which will provide dramatic improvements in fuel economy and in emission reductions.

Are Automakers, Fuel Providers, Consumers & Government Working for Energy Security?

The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers today issued a new report documenting its members' active roles in helping the United States achieve energy security through greater production of alternative fuel autos, new partnerships with fuel providers to expand the fueling infrastructure, and working with governments to get more such vehicles on the road.

DuPont and BP Will Work Together to Bring Next Generation Biofuels to Market

BP and DuPont today announce the creation of a partnership to develop, produce and market a next generation of biofuels to help meet increasing global demand for renewable transport fuels.

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