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U.S. Postal Service Receives Hydrogen Powered Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle from GM

General Motors and the US Postal Service are joining forces again to deliver mail using hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles.

Pratt & Whitney Launches PurePower Engine Family

Pratt & Whitney announced the launch of PurePower engines -- a new family of next-generation commercial and business jet engines that offer double-digit improvements in fuel burn, environmental emissions, engine noise and operating costs.

Cenex to Host Low Carbon Vehicle Procurement Information Day

Cenex, the UK's Centre of Excellence in Low Carbon and Fuel Cell Technologies, is today hosting an Information Day for potential suppliers to the Low Carbon Vehicle Procurement Programme (LCVPP), a major initiative from the Department for Transport.

New Tool Provides Better, Faster Onboard PHEV Performance Evaluation

Analysis and evaluation of plug-in hybrid vehicle performance is faster and better, thanks to a new tool developed by Argonne engineers.

Dresser Wayne Technology Helps Zarco 66 Earth Friendly Fuels Go Green

Dresser Wayne, a global marketer of retail fuel dispensers and technologies, and Zarco 66 Earth Friendly Fuels celebrated a new landmark in alternative fueling with the grand opening of a sustainable site in Lawrence, Kansas.

Electric Vehicles Will Make Evergreen Still Greener

For the traditional car enthusiast, the color red is red hot, but at Evergreen the best ride on campus comes with fewer emissions and more green.

Coming to America - Faraday Mark II, A Pure Electric Ford F650

Smith Electric Vehicles today launched a new concept vehicle for North America that will go into production later this year.

UK's Department for Transport and Cenex to Develop Low Carbon Vehicle Procurement Program

Cenex, the UK's Centre of Excellence for Low Carbon and Fuel Cell Technologies, has been appointed as the Department for Transport's delivery partner to develop the new Low Carbon Vehicle Procurement Programme (LCVPP).

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