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Transportation & Fuel Source Technology  RSS to Fund More Than $10 Million to Accelerate Plug-In Hybrid and Vehicle-to-Grid Technology

Google_org, the philanthropic arm of Google Inc, today announced the RechargeIT initiative that aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and oil dependence by accelerating the adoption of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles ("plug-ins").

113 GM Hybrid-Powered Buses Rolling into New York

The number of GM hybrid-powered buses ordered by New York transit agencies grew to 113 with today's announcement by Regional Transit Service (RTS), Inc, a subsidiary of the Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority (RGRTA) serving Monroe County, to purchase 19 buses equipped with GM's hybrid technology.

Toyota Worldwide Hybrid Sales Top 1 Million Units

Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) announced today that global cumulative sales of Toyota hybrid vehicles have topped the 1 million mark, with approximately 1,047,000 units sold worldwide as of May 31, 2007.

Clean Power Heats Up The Green2007 Conference in Bahrain

Clean Power Technologies Inc, a developer of a unique and environmentally friendly alternative hybrid power technology, attended Green 2007.

Toyota Hybrid Tour Launches in Ottawa

It is Environment Week, so starting on Wednesday, June 6, Ottawa drivers can get behind the wheel of a hybrid vehicle as the Toyota Hybrid Tour launches nationally.

Mayor Bloomberg Announces Taxi Fleet to be Fully Hybrid by 2012

Mayor Michael R Bloomberg today announced that as part of PlaNYC, the Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) will implement new emissions and mileage standards for yellow taxicabs that will lead to a fully hybrid fleet by 2012 - the largest, cleanest fleet of taxis on the planet.

GE Unveils First Hybrid Road Locomotive

GE today announced the debut of its one-of-a-kind hybrid road locomotive at its Ecomagination event in Los Angeles.

DOE Provides up to $19 Million for Advanced Vehicle Technologies

US Department of Energy (DOE) today announced the selection of five next-generation vehicle research projects, which will receive up to $19 million in DOE funding to further the development of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), and fuel cell vehicles (FCVs).

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