hybrid cars

Half of Vehicles Will Be Powered With Alternative Energy by 2040, According to Exxon

December 15, 2011

In 30 years’ time hybrid cars will account for half of the market share, said Exxon Mobil in its latest annual energy outlook, according to Hybrid Cars magazine. Related Posts:GM Hails More Powerful Electric Car BatteryDanish Company ECOmove To Launch QBEAK Electric CarHybrid And Electric Car Sales Remain Strong in JuneZipcar Launches Electric Vehicle Pilot […]

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Hybrid Cars Are Cleaner Than Joggers

April 30, 2011

This finding will leave you breathless. A physiology professor at the University of Milan conclucded that four men running, walking and riding bicycles emit more carbon dioxide than hybrid cars. He also compared it to gas and diesel cars, which beat the men in terms of carbon emissions. Related Posts:Carbon Levels in the Atmosphere Hit […]

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Video: Volvo’s Diesel Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle

March 22, 2011

Scheduled for a 2012 release date, the V60 is the first diesel plug-in hybrid electric vehicle in the world. Related Posts:Volvo debuts Bio-DME truck fleet in SwedenBrazil announces biodiesel blend increase for 2010

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Microturbine hydrid-electric car debuts at Los Angeles auto show

November 30, 2009

A prototype hybrid-electric car model with microturbine technology will debut at the LA Auto Show between December 2 – 13. Related Posts:Half of Vehicles Will Be Powered With Alternative Energy by 2040, According to ExxonGhostbusters: Exorcizing the phantom load

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Search Engine Giant Thinks Green

July 24, 2008

Remember a few years ago when all you heard about were “dot com millionaires”- You know, those broke college students and computer hackers who sold stock on companies that existed only in cyber space? Well most of those companies went belly up about two weeks later but some enjoyed lasting success. Perhaps you’ve heard of […]

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