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A Million Miles of Testing for Electric Hybrids

A Million Miles of Testing for Electric Hybrids

July 22, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] Someone got a good deal on a hybrid now that the U.S. Department of Energy, completed 1 million miles of hybrid electric vehicle fleet testing through its Advanced Vehicle Testing Activity (AVTA). The testing is done at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory (INEEL) and includes collecting data on miles-per-gallon fuel use, vehicle maintenance and […]
Alternative Fuel Depot Boasts Many Firsts

Alternative Fuel Depot Boasts Many Firsts

The world's first and most advanced fuel depot to offer a comprehensive array of alternative and traditional fuels to motorists has opened at the new Regional Transportation Center (RTC) in San Diego, according to Mike Lewis, general manager of the RTC. The RTC Fuel Depot is located at 4001 El Cajon Boulevard at the intersection of El Cajon Blvd. and the I-15.
Can Solar Survive Without Incentives?

Can Solar Survive Without Incentives?

In 2007, I wrote an article entitled "Selling Solar Without Incentives." The point I was trying to make then was that we shouldn't use incentives as a crutch for supporting the business of solar PV. Too many times, I have seen companies depend upon it's livelihood from the government (whether the government be city, state or federal), only to fail when the rules changed — and they always do.
Using an ROV to Repair a Leaking Surge Shaft

Using an ROV to Repair a Leaking Surge Shaft

Excess seepage revealed during routine monitoring of the 1,020 MW Tala powerhouse and dam led to the use of a remotely operated vehicle to both find and repair the source of the leakage.
West Michigan renewable energy business offer blueprint for economic revival

West Michigan renewable energy business offer blueprint for economic revival

When you hear the term “Smartcoast,” chances are you think of the West Coast and Silicon Valley—West Michigan probably isn’t the first place that comes to mind. In recent years, however, the Lake Michigan shoreline has become a hub for the lithium-ion battery technology found in electric cars, RVs and specialty vehicles. This success is no fluke, but rather part […]
Vermont electric vehicle incentives provide a ‘symbolic’ boost

Vermont electric vehicle incentives provide a ‘symbolic’ boost

Vermont joined the ranks of other New England states that provide incentives for electric vehicles with Gov. Phil Scott’s signature on June 14 on a yearly transportation bill.