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GM Suppliers Working on Lithium Ion Batteries
AutoWeek looks at A123, Cobasys and Johnson Controls who are developing automotive-grade batteries for GM's future electric hybrids. - 20-Jan-2007

DaimlerChrysler Building and Testing Electric Hybrids
Dodge Sprinter Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) can drive up to 20 real-world miles on electric-only power. - 20-Jan-2007

Ford Exec Gioia Says Company Mulling Electric, Plug-in Hybrid
Battery technology is key to the next generation of hybrid vehicles as automakers seek ways to lower the cost of batteries and increase their power and storage capacity. - 20-Jan-2007

Bayh, Lugar Introduce Bill to Reduce Dependence on Foreign Oil
DRIVE ACT includes the increased production of ethanol and tax incentives to encourage the production of fuel efficient vehicles. - 20-Jan-2007

Yamaha's Electric-powered PAS Bicycle
The PAS series, which includes six different bikes, will have its official launch next month in Japan. Prices will start at US$800 to US$990. - 20-Jan-2007

Dodge Sprinter Van Utilizes Plug-In Hybrid Drive
Dodge Sprinter Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) can drive up to 20 real-world miles on electric-only power. - 21-Jan-2007

Princeton Researchers Develop Self-Regulating Fuel Cell Stack
Using the water produced by a fuel cell to regulate the flow of hydrogen, researchers have made it act like an internal combustion engine--the more hydrogen you put in, the more power you get out - 21-Jan-2007

Alaska Senator Proposes 'REFRESH' Energy Bill
The REFRESH Act, would reduce carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuel usage by about 530 million metric tons in the United States by 2025 -- a 7 percent decrease from currently anticipated emissions levels that year. - 21-Jan-2007

Proposal to Quintuple Alberta Tar Sands Production Called Outrageous
The Alberta oil sands have been proclaimed as the greatest greenhouse gas producer in Canada. Now there are two outrageous proposals to quintuple the supply of oil for US greed and consumption and to address the climate change issue by using nuclear power to fuel the oil sands production. - 21-Jan-2007

The Insurance Climate Change
Coastal homeowners in the East are losing their policies or watching premiums skyrocket. Carriers say that global warming is to blame. - 21-Jan-2007