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Research Reports International announces the Market for Alternative Fuel Vehicles Report

December 14, 2004

LAKEWOOD, CO — Research Reports International announced on December 9 the availability of The Market For Alternative Fuel Vehicles report. The report is a 130-page study of the history, current status, and future potential of alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs). The report looks at the conditions favoring AFV market penetration and provides insight into the efforts of the major automobile companies to take advantage of favorable market trends. Topics covered in the report include:
  • A look at the events and factors that are fueling interest in AFVs.
  • A detailed description of the various AFV technologies, their development history, and their current status.
  • An analysis of the key business drivers that are supportive of success for AFVs in the vehicle market.
  • An analysis of the barriers that are hindering the success of AFVs in the vehicle market.
  • A review of State and Federal initiatives to promote AFV use.
  • A discussion on the past and current state of the AFV market including current product offerings.
  • An overview of trends and projections for AFV market growth.
  • Company-by-company profiles of automobile manufacturer efforts to develop and commercialize AFVs. The Market For Alternative Fuel Vehicles report also includes 37 charts, tables, and schematics that provide a wealth of cost, market, and technical information on AFVs. The report comes in Adobe Acrobat PDF format and is available via email, CD Rom or Hardcopy for $499. For more information about the report or to order a copy, go to: or call 888-986-2250.
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