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CARB Certifies Capstone Microturbine for Use in HEVs
NOx emissions rated at 0.26 gram per brake hp-hr using CNG and 0.53 using LPG. Particulates said to be virtually undetectable. - 10-Feb-2001

Total EV and Currie Technologies Form Partnership
Firms sign to exclusive distribution agreement. - 10-Feb-2001

Ecostar to Provide Auxiliary Motor Systems for Next Generation Fuel Cell Vehicles
System to be used on Xcellsis fuel cell engines for use in both Ford and DaimlerChrysler next generation fuel cell vehicles. - 12-Feb-2001

UQM Technologies Selected by Ecostar to Supply Fuel Cell Compressor Drive Motors
Jointly developed system consists of auxiliary motor and inverter system designed specifically for power, weight and package size requirements of fuel cell engine vehicles. - 12-Feb-2001

Georgia Power's Electric Vehicle Employee Leasing Program Sets Milestone
Pioneering employee leasing program now has 140 electric vehicles including GM EV1s and Ford Ranger EVs in service. - 12-Feb-2001

Solectria Secures $11 Million Second Round Funding
Singapore Technologies Kinetics provides firm with equity investment. - 12-Feb-2001

Ballard Schedules End of 2000 Conference Call
Conference call and webcast set for Tuesday, Feb.20 at 9am P.T. - 12-Feb-2001

UBS Warburg Initiates Coverage of Five Alternate Energy Firms
Fiver alternative energy companies to be covered by UBS Warburg analyst Quint Nufer. - 13-Feb-2001

New Honda-Designed Fuel Cell Added To California Fuel Cell Vehicle Demonstration Program
The new version of the FCX-V3 fuel cell engine reflects the improved performance and reliability of Honda's own fuel cell stack design. - 13-Feb-2001

Shell Sees Growing Role for Natgas & Renewables
Royal Dutch President Jeroen van der Veer estimates that 50 percent of industrialized countries' energy needs could be met by natural gas and renewables by 2020. - 13-Feb-2001