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DaimlerChrysler Finalizing Phase One of $88 Million Commitment to the Department of Energy Program

Following the visit of President Bush to the California Fuel Cell Partnership (CAFCP) two weeks ago, DaimlerChrysler has completed the first portion of the $88 million Department of Energy Hydrogen Learning Demonstration Program by delivering on a 30 fuel cell vehicle commitment.


$10 million H-Prize passes Science Committee markup

The H-Prize Act of 2006 (HR 5143) took another step forward Wednesday as the House Science Committee passed the bill by voice vote.


EPA Certifies AFV Solutions' Propane System for Automobile Engines

AFV Solutions, Inc, an alternative fuel vehicle solution provider, has received a certificate of conformity from the US Environmental Protection Agency for its propane conversion system for the 2005 model year Ford Motor Co 4,6-liter engine.


Sweden Leads European Bioethanol Market

Sweden is leading Europe in encouraging the growth of bioethanol as an eco-friendly renewable fuel.


Shell Launches its Fuel Economy Formula in NZ

Literally days after achieving the Guinness World Record, using a fuel based on the same technology Shell will launch its improved Shell Ultra 91 and Ultra Hi 95 petrols with Fuel Economy Formula to drivers in New Zealand.


New LSG Halo Spark Plug Increases Fuel Economy while Reducing Emissions

LSG BRISK, LLC, a spark plug manufacturer based in Frisco, Texas, has launched a revolutionary new product that will help consumers and organizations fight back against high gas prices while saving the environment.


Alternative-Fueled Vehicles Seriously Considered by One-Third of U.S. Adults

A recent Wall Street Journal Online/Harris Interactive Personal Finance Poll reveals that one-third (33%) of U.


DaimlerChrysler Fuel Cell Vehicles Save More Than 60,000 Gallons of Fuel

DaimlerChrysler has logged more than 1,2 million miles of zero-emissions fuel cell experience -- no other automobile manufacturer even comes close.



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