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This voluntary initiative recognizes and supports regional programs which pledge to introduce alternative-fuel vehicles into public and private fleets.
And it did the same for thousands of other Arizonans, turning what was supposed to be a modest $3 million initiative to encourage the use of alternative-fuel vehicles (AFVs) into a half-billion-dollar boondoggle that nearly bankrupted the state and earned it national belly laughs.
Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) has added to its fleet of more than 235 alternative-fuel vehicles by taking delivery of its first hybrid-electric vehicle, the Honda Insight, at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
Counting E85 flex-fuel vehicles, alternative-fuel vehicles represent 63 percent of ComEd's total fleet of cars and trucks.
This teen-friendly site explains how alternative-fuel vehicles work:
Proposals include increasing the number of privately owned alternative-fuel vehicles and creating low-emission zones in the city that would bar the most-polluting vehicles from those areas.
Aware of the implications of the EPAct and CAAA laws in creating a growing market for hundreds of thousands of alternative fuel vehicles, car and truck manufacturers are offering alternative-fuel vehicles that are viable for efficient fleet operations.
announced last month that fleet sales of its alternative-fuel vehicles (AFV) reached 10,751 units for the 1999 model year, a 24% jump over 1998 AFV sales.
But while the auto industry seems to like alternative-fuel vehicles just fine as long as they're restricted to prototypes and displays at car shows, it's unclear that it's willing anytime soon to abandon the traditional gasoline-fueled internal-combustion engine.
The vehicle is to contribute to the automaker's on-going development of alternative-fuel vehicles.
today said it will add 105 alternative-fuel vehicles to the corporate fleet of its operating companies.
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