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  • Alternative Fuel Vehicle Group
    News, information, and resources for electric, hybrid, and alternative fuel vehicles.
    www.altfuels.com
  • American Methanol Institute
    AMI serves as the voice of the methanol industry, suppoting oxygenated gasoline, promoting methanol as alternative fuel, and encouraging methanol-powered fuel cells.
    www.methanol.org
  • Calstart Information Interchange
    News, discussion groups, yellow pages and more regarding advanced transportation technologies.
    www.calstart.org
  • Clean Cities@
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Organizations/Clean_Cities
  • EVS 22 Yokohama
    October 23 - 28, 2006 in Yokohama, Japan. Presents technology related to electric vehicles, as well as introducing the world's efforts to promote and spread the use of such vehicles.
    www.evs22.org
  • EVS21 Monaco
    Worldwide international battery, hybrid, and fuel cell electric vehicle symposium and exhibition, held in 2005. Provides summary of the EVS 21 event, what was included, and stats.
    www.evs21.org
  • Green Car Congress
    Technology and policy issues and other news about sustainable mobility.
    www.greencarcongress.com
  • Green Car Group
    Offers marketing and communications services and independent research through its nonprofit institute.
    www.greencars.com
  • International Association for Natural Gas Vehicles (IANGV)
    Information on natural gas vehicles and the international NGV industry.
    www.iangv.org
  • Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition
    A national trade association representing natural gas companies, equipment manufacturers, service providers and government entities interested in promotion of natural gas vehicles.
    www.ngvc.org
  • NREL Hybrid Electric Vehicle Program
    Works toward developing hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) and fuel cell vehicles (FCVs) with an eye towards moving them from research and development to the marketplace.
    www.nrel.gov/vehiclesandfuels/hev
 



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