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  • Read This Article if You Are Worried About the US Auto Industry


    The United States Automakers are at a seven-year low with their domestic sales, while the Japanese Automakers have now gained 5% market share in the US. Both Ford and General Motors are hating it with sagging sales presumably from high gasoline prices


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  • Hybrid Hype and a Small Price Hike


    Drive by any car lot in the United States and ask to see the latest hybrid car models. Donít be stupefied if eight out of ten tell you that they canít seem to keep them on the lotóthat theyíre just selling too fast! There is reasoning behind the hype:


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  • New Hybrid Car Prices


    There are about 11 hybrid car, truck, and sport-utility vehicle models that are currently on the market or soon will be. These include the 2005 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Large Truck, 2005 Ford Escape Compact SUV, 2006 Ford Escape Compact Hybrid SUV


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Hybrid Car Acronyms and Definitions:
  • Forced Auto Stop - A Forced Auto Stop is a fuel saving technique whereby the engine (ICE) is shut down while the vehicle is still in motion.
  • Green technology - technology that offers a more environmentally friendly solution compared to an existing technology.
  • ULEV - Acronym which means Ultra Low Emission Vehicles. ULEVs are 50% cleaner than the average new 2003 model year car.
  • MMH - Acronym which means Mercury Mariner Hybrid
  • Combined Heat and Power - CHP, or cogeneration, is an electricity generation technology that involves the recovery of waste heat from the electric generation process to produce other forms of useful energy simultaneously, such as useable heat or steam. CHP is better for the environment, the economy, and our nation's energy supply than generating heat and power separately because conventional electricity generation is inherently inefficient.

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