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Mitsubishi Develops Green Plastics

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, with cooperation from the Aichi Industrial Technology Institute (Kariya, Aichi Prefecture), has developed an automotive interior material which uses a plant-based resin, polybutylene succinate (PBS), combined with bamboo fiber.


PG&E Adds New Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles to its Fleet

Pacific Gas and Electric Company, which has the fourth largest alternative-fuel truck fleet in the nation, today expanded its leadership role in the research, development and utilization of clean fuel technology as DaimlerChrysler handed over the keys to three hydrogen fuel cell (F-Cell) vehicles.


Ford Pushing E85 Ethanol Fuel

Ford Motor Company is bringing its commitment to American innovation to the heartland with a series of actions to boost the popularity, visibility and availability of energy-saving vehicles.


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.


PSA Peugot Citroen Unveils Small Fuel Cell

French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen on Monday unveiled the smallest fuel cell currently available for cars and pledged further research to halve the price of these environmental friendly power sources by 2010.


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.



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