LOS ANGELES – Clean Energy Fuels Corp. will open a hydrogen fueling station in Los Angeles with support from General Motors Corp. The two companies also announced that they are exploring further opportunities to expand the hydrogen infrastructure.
WASHINGTON – On June 11, Mark Fields, executive vice president, Ford Motor Company, spoke at "Plug-In Electric Vehicles 2008: What Role for Washington?"
AUBURN HILLS, MI AND SACRAMENTO, CA - In an attempt to reduce oil consumption, and thus environmental impact, the campaign encourages drivers to follow their vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations on oil changes.
Japanese and German automakers have been investing in clean diesel technology to woo Japanese and U.S. drivers, who have been less enthusiastic about diesel-powered cars.
LOS ANGELES - CALSTART (www.calstart.org), a provider in advanced transportation technologies consortium, recently presented winners with its prestigious 2008 Blue Sky Award.
SAN DIEGO – CleanFUEL USA provides the transportation industry the first CARB and EPA certified liquid propane fuel system with the potential to counterbalance steadily increasing petroleum fuel prices.
TOKYO, Japan --- Toyota on Friday, June 6, announced it has developed a new fuel cell hybrid, powered by hydrogen and electricity, with a maximum cruising range of 516 miles, AP reported.
TOKYO, Japan --- Toyota Motor Corp. plans to start manufacturing hybrid cars in Australia as early as 2010, according to a report from Reuters.
WILMINGTON, DE – GM has announced a range of strategic initiatives to aggressively respond to growing demand for fuel-efficient vehicles and to economic and market challenges in North America.
MUNICH, GERMANY - Despite no official word yet, some say that BMW is developing an electric-powered minicar that should be ready by 2012.
CITY, ST – Smith Electric Vehicles has announced a new pure electric truck for North America that will go into production later this year.
SALT LAKE CITY – As gasoline prices continue to skyrocket, more cities are going green.
SAN FRANCISCO – The Bay Area Air Quality Management District's 2008 Goods Movement Program provides funding to retrofit or replace engines or purchase new equipment for large trucks, trains, and harbor craft.
SAN ANTONIO – Southwest Research Institute will launch a cooperative research program this month to develop accelerated aging procedures for diesel emission systems and components.
INDIANAPOLIS – Despite a drive to become a leading ethanol producer, Indiana’s state government lags neighboring states in purchasing vehicles that can run on E-85.
LOS ANGELES – Ford Motor Company teamed up with the Los Angeles County Lifeguards, a division of the Los Angeles County Fire Department, to help save lives while protecting the environment.
SACRAMENTO, CA – The California Air Resources Board is offering a $1,000 rebate toward the purchase of a Xebra electric car and truck from ZAP.
DEARBORN, MI – Ford has decided to offer its Easy Fuel capless fuel-filler system as standard equipment across the Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury product lineups.
DETROIT – General Motors has handed the keys to four Chevrolet Equinox Fuel Cell vehicles to a group of key government partners who are participating in Chevrolet's Project Driveway.
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has added a Chevy Equinox fuel cell electric vehicle to its fleet of alternative-fuel and advanced-technology vehicles.
PHOENIX – Cox Communications officials say they can save three percent in gas mileage by properly inflating tires on an automobile, which may also translate into an extra mile per gallon for trucks.
UNITED KINGDOM – Smith Electric Vehicles has signed an agreement with LTI Vehicles Ltd. to produce an all-electric version of LTI's TX4 black cab, branded the TX4E.
NASHVILLE --- The 2008 International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo is scheduled for June 16-19 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville.
SANTA MONICA, Calif. — Edmunds.com has released the results of its small car fuel economy challenge.
LAS VEGAS --- The Alternative Fuel Vehicle Institute (AFVi) recognized outstanding leadership in the alternative fuels and vehicles industry as part of the opening day of the 14th Alternative Fuels & Vehicles Conference + Expo 2008.
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