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View Resource Fuel Cell Vehicle World Survey 2006

This annual review is the final chapter in the 2006 survey series and as always highlights key developments and trends. As this is an overview any areas of specific interest can be followed up by...

http://www.fuelcelltoday.com/media/pdf/surveys/2006-Geograph...
View Resource World Energy News

This site offers numerous citations, documentaries and personal testimonials from a variety of biodiesel users - from individuals in their personal vehicles, to large fleet operations.

http://www.worldenergynews.com/
View Resource DaimlerChrysler Delivers the First Fuel Cell Cars to Customers in Berlin

The era of the fuel cell vehicles now has outgrown the research stage as DaimlerChrysler has put the first of a fleet of 60 vehicles on the public roadways ten years after introducing NECAR1, the...

http://www.worldcarfans.com/104062110526/daimlerchrysler-del...
View Resource FUEL CELLS 2000: The Online Fuel Cells Information Resource

Increasingly more literature has been printed about the fuel cell powered vehicles, their advantages and future applications but little accompanying information has been offered about what it is, how...

http://inventors.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?site=http:...
View Resource GM Fuel Efficient Hybrid Military Truck

General Motors Corporation is hoping to help the U. S. Army move to the next plateau of energy efficiency and less dependence on petroleum-base fuel powered vehicles with the introduction and hopeful...

http://trucks.about.com/cs/militarytrucks/a/gm_miltary.htm
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