Information related to energy technology in transportation, including innovative propulsion methods, alternative energy sources, and means of improving energy efficiency in transport.
Ranks cars and trucks according to environmental friendliness. Using this consumer guide, buyers can compare cars, vans, pickups, and sport utility vehicles by their environmental impacts, including air pollution, global warming, and fuel efficiency.
Information about hybrid technology and other alternative fuels like ethanol (E85), hydrogen and biodiesel.
Performs research in advanced automotive technologies such as hybrid electric vehicles, emissions reduction, and clean diesel engines.
Proposes that cars should use boron as a fuel for propulsion and asserts that boron is a safer fuel than hydrogen or gasoline.
Information about advanced transportation technology development, particularly in California, including electric, natural gas, and hybrid electric vehicles; intelligent transportation technologies; and clean ferries.
A not-for-profit organization that actively supports the development and production of fuels that can reduce air pollution and lessen dependence on imported oil.
Provides information on alternative fuels and vehicles including programs, events, tools, data, analysis and trends. From the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).
Project with purpose of evaluating energy efficient technologies, measures and projects for railways. Includes database, event calendar and mission statement.
Resource on fuel efficient and hybrid cars. Includes news, ratings, data, and driving tips.
Conceptual proposal for an infrastructure for transportation aimed at the use of renewable energy sources.
Develops curricula and delivers training and educational programs about alternative fuel vehicle technologies and systems.
Research and development on transportation energy and environmental issues, national transportation planning and policy, and transportation systems engineering.
The Advanced Transportation and Advanced Systems (ATAS) Laboratory works on electric and hyrogen vehicle projects.
Outlines the development of a low-horsepower, super-efficient hybrid car that anyone can afford.
Umbrella organization of DaimlerChrysler, Ford and General Motors, formed to conduct cooperative, pre-competitive research.
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