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California’s Carpool Lane’s Stickers Affect Vehicle Price

SACRAMENTO, CA – The California legislature’s decision to grant certain hybrid owners yellow stickers — known as clean-air stickers — has resulted in some of those vehicles selling for higher prices.

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PG&E to Purchase Plug-in Hybrid SUVs

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has entered into an agreement with Raser Technologies, Inc. for the purchase and demonstration of two plug-in series hybrid electric SUVs.

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Detroit Electric Car to Return After 100 Years

JINHUA, CHINA and SANTA ROSA, CA – U.S. electric car pioneer ZAP and China Youngman Automotive Group are reviving the 100-year-old electric car brand Detroit Electric for their automotive joint venture.

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Mayor Wants to Cut City’s Executive Motor Pool

LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa wants to eliminate most of the 229 vehicles in the city’s executive motor pool, as well as cars from other fleets, to help close a $155-million shortfall.

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King County’s New Hybrid Truck Delivers

KING COUNTY, WA– With just 7,300 miles on its odometer, one of King County’s newest work trucks is already proving its worth.

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Albany Airport & CDTA Test Alternate Fuels

COLONIE, NY – Albany International Airport and the Capital District Transportation Authority will join in a test program to try out cleaner-running hydrogen vehicles as part of their fleets.

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Peotone Police Cut Costs With Hybrid Vehicle

PEOTONE, IL– The Peotone Police Department is on the cutting edge of what could become a statewide trend: The department added a hybrid car to its fleet of sedans and SUVs.

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City of Bridgeport Develops Alternative Fuel Fleet

BRIDGEPORT, CT – The City of Bridgeport is going “green,” one vehicle at a time. Mayor Bill Finch is driving a black, 2007 Ford Escape hybrid SUV, the city’s first chief executive to adopt a vehicle that uses an alternative power source — a rechargeable battery — to reduce gas usage and emissions.

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Maryland Park Fleet Adds Solar Utility Vehicle

ANNAPOLIS, MD — BP America has donated a solar-charged vehicle to be used at Sandy Point State Park in Maryland. The vehicle represents the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) first solar-charged, all-terrain.

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University Pushes Ahead With Biodiesel

WASHINGTON – The University of Washington Motor Pool is pushing ahead with its plans to utilize biodiesel in its diesel-powered vehicles.

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