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  • All About Fuel Cells & Alternative Fuel Vehicles


    The history of the fuel cell can be traced back to the 19th century. Since then the development and usage of fuel cells in a variety of applications have come a long way. Fuel cells hold great promise for fueling alternative fuel vehicles. Here is some


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  • Whats Up with Hybrid Vehicles


    If the price of gasoline has got you scared, and you’re thinking about maybe trading in your car for a moped, you’ve got half the solution right. It might be time to trade in your car, but forget the moped – get a hybrid car instead.

    The dictionary defines a hybrid car as


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  • Preparations When Buying A Hybrid Car For Sale



    When it comes to buying a hybrid car for sale, you need to be just as prepared as when you’re purchasing a regular used car, if not more so. With escalating gas prices, people are clamoring for hybrid cars for sale. It pays to be cautious.


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Hybrid Car Acronyms and Definitions:
  • HiHy - Another Acronym which means Toyota Highlander Hybrid
  • MPG - Acronym which means Miles Per Gallon. It is how far your car can travel on one gallon of fuel.
  • Regenerative Braking - The process by which hybrid cars recapture energy into a battery that would otherwise be lost in the form of heat.
  • 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.
  • Energy Efficiency - refers to products or systems using less energy to do the same or better job than conventional products or systems. Energy efficiency saves energy, saves money on utility bills, and helps protect the environment by reducing the amount of electricity that needs to be generated. When buying or replacing products or appliances for your home, look for the ENERGY STAR® label — the national symbol for energy efficiency. For more information on ENERGY STAR® labeled products, visit the ENERGY STAR® Web site.

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