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Ford Considering Electric Hybrid
Acknowledging that battery technology remains the key issue, Gioia also said Ford has scaled back its previous hybrid strategy due to limited appeal for such vehicles. - 17-Jan-2007

Saturn VUE Green Line: Lame Duck Greenie
The Green Line hits both goals of a 20 percent improvement in fuel economy and low cost, achieving 29 mpg combined compared to the less-powerful base Vue that racks up 25 mpg combined, while adding $2000 to the base sticker price. - 17-Jan-2007

Survey of Auto Execs Sees Higher Gasoline Prices, Fuel Economy
If the forecasts come to pass, it could lead to changes in buying habits that could create difficulties for auto makers. - 17-Jan-2007

Do It For Your Country
Oped by Frank Gaffney, who formerly acted as the Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy during the Reagan Administration, following four years of service as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear Forces and Arms Control Policy. - 17-Jan-2007

EEStor Moves Step Closer to Commercial Reality
EEStor Announces Two Key Production Milestones: Automated Production Line Proven and Third Party Verification of All Key Production Chemicals Completed - 17-Jan-2007

Auto Industry Leaders Call for U.S. Focus on Alternative Fuels
GM's Rick Wagoner, along with Ford Motor Co. CEO Alan Mulally and Tom LaSorda, CEO of DaimlerChrysler AG's Chrysler Group, met with Bush in November and pushed him on alternative energy, although they came away with no promises. - 17-Jan-2007

When Dream Cars Are Powered By Pipe Dreams
These days most automakers just don't have the money to put into developing dead-end ideas, but that has preventing them from doing so, like the Chrysler Patriot concept race car. - 17-Jan-2007

Food Vs. Fuel: Mexicans Protest High Price of Tortillas
Mexico, considered by many archaeologists as the birthplace of corn, now imports much of the grain from the United States, where prices rocketed 80 per cent to their highest levels in a decade last year because of demand for corn-based ethanol fuel. - 18-Jan-2007

Toyota Designing 'Peoples Car' for Developing World
According to Toyota's CEO, it will be a small car equipped with an engine having a one-litre capacity and at a price of about 6,000-7,000 US dollars. - 18-Jan-2007

Solar Power Eliminates Utility Bills in U.S. Home
Strizki runs the 3,000-square-foot house with electricity generated by a 1,000-square-foot roof full of photovoltaic cells on a nearby building, an electrolyzer that uses the solar power to generate hydrogen from water, and a number of hydrogen tanks that store the gas until it is needed by the fuel cell. - 18-Jan-2007