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US Automakers Join Battery Project
General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co., DaimlerChrysler AG, and the U S Department of Energy -- members of the U S Advanced Battery Consortium -- awarded Johnson Controls and Saft a two-year contract Aug. 14 to develop lithium-ion batteries. - 05-Jan-2007

More Automakers Likely to Seek Bankruptcy in Next Five Years
Companies are using bankruptcy more creatively to dissolve their old obligations and. though they can shed pensions and health-care plans while under court protection, they may not survive as viable companies without radically different business plans. - 05-Jan-2007

With Wind and Wave, Asia Leads the Way
An alternative energy revolution is spreading through the world - with some $38 billion invested worldwide in renewable resource development in 2005 - 05-Jan-2007

Hero Introduces Electric Bikes, Three-Wheelers in India
There are at least 10 small players such as Electrotherm India and Ace Motors in the country’s electric two-wheeler market. - 05-Jan-2007

Johnson Controls Plugging Into Next Generation Hybrids
GM wants to use the new battery in its Saturn Vue 'plug-in' hybrid sport utility vehicle, which the company calls a 'priority program,' although it hasn't announced a production date yet. - 05-Jan-2007

Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles
Like any electric vehicle, the limiting items are battery technology and cost. - 05-Jan-2007

The First Energy President
The greatest thing George Bush could do - for President Ford's legacy and his own - would be to dedicate his coming State of the Union address to completing the energy independence agenda that Mr. Ford initiated 32 years ago in the wake of the 1973 Arab oil embargo and energy shock, writes columnist Thomas Friedman. - 05-Jan-2007

Toyota FT-HS Concept Debuts At The 2007 North American International Auto Show
This two-plus-two concept is a hybrid front-engine, rear-drive sports car with a projected zero-to-60 acceleration in the four-second range. - 06-Jan-2007

Part II: China's Coal Future
To prevent massive pollution and slow its growing contribution to global warming, China will need to make advanced coal technology work on an unprecedented scale. - 06-Jan-2007

Hydrogen Station No Pipe Dream at Lamar University
The fuel cell and hydrogen initiative takes advantage of Lamar's location in the nation's largest hydrogen economy - 45 percent of the nation's hydrogen is produced in the region. - 07-Jan-2007