Electric Cars, Biofuels Compete for Attention at Cascadia Conference
At a Cascadia Center conference last week on the future of transportation titled "Beyond Oil," the star was the electric car.
Electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids were lined up outside the Microsoft Executive Conference Center during the two-day conference: plug-in Priuses, converted SUVs, even a plug-in yellow school bus.
True believers on grid-powered vehicles happily exchanged factoids inside. In such a crowd, Rob Elam, founder of Propel Biofuels, stuck out like a sore thumb.
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