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  • Alternative Car and Transportation Expo
    The annual Alt Car Expo is a large presentation of electric, natural gas, hydrogen, biodiesel, ethanol, and high MPG cars. Also covers mass transit, transportation planning, and cycling options. Held in Southern California.
    www.altcarexpo.com
  • Alternative Fuels Data Center
    Providing information and statistics about alternative fuels and alternative fuel vehicles to interested organizations.
    www.eere.energy.gov/afdc
  • Alternative Methods of Propulsion
    Report on cars powered by alternative sources including nitrogen, hydrogen and battery power. vehicles.
    www.pipeline.com/~bkyaffe/altfuel
  • Alternative Vehicle Club of Cal Poly Pomona
    Student-run club dedicated to the research and development of alternative energy vehicles.
    www.csupomona.edu/~av
  • Argonne National Laboratory - Transportation Technology R&D Center
    Developing cost-effective solutions for problems such as vehicle emissions and energy supply.
    www.transportation.anl.gov
  • AutoblogGreen
    Presents automotive articles with a green angle and breaking news about green automotive technology.
    www.autobloggreen.com
  • Automotive X PRIZE@
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Events_and_Shows/Progressive_Automotive_X_PRIZE
  • CarMax: Alternative Fuel Vehicles
    Information on different types of alternative fuel vehicles from CarMax.
    www.carmax.com/enUS/alternative-fuel-vehicles/default.html
  • Clean Car Maps
    Location information for clean fuel stations including ethanol, methanol, hydrogen, natural gas (CNG and LNG), and electric charging stations for EVs.
    www.cleancarmaps.com
  • Driving Ethanol
    Offering information on ethanol as an alternative fuel for vehicles. Includes definition of ethanol, how to take action, news, and how to check if your car can run on ethanol.
    www.drivingethanol.org
  • Electric Drive Transportation Association Conference & Exposition 2005
    Offers participants a myriad of educational opportunities including in-depth learning forums, a comprehensive exposition, Ride'n'Drive, and valuable networking events. December 6-8, 2005, in Vancouver, B.C.
    www.edtaconference.com
  • 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
  • FreedomCAR and Vehicle Technologies (FCVT) Program
    Developing more energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly highway transportation technologies that will enable America to use less petroleum.
    www.eere.energy.gov/vehiclesandfuels
  • Going Green Directory
    Directory of alternative fuel stations across the U.S. Fuels covered include ethanol, biodiesel, propane, CNG, LNG, hydrogen, and electricity for EVs. List also includes vegetarian restaurants, solar contractors, and other green businesses.
    find.mapmuse.com/interest/category/Going_Green
  • Green Car
    Read about electric cars and hybrid cars on the auto journal that cover topics on hydrogen fuel cells, ethanol, biodiesel, and more.
    www.greencar.com
  • H2 Cars
    Information about hydrogen-run cars, buses, and trucks.
    www.h2cars.de
  • Her Electric Vehicle
    Designed especially for women. Features hybrid, fuel cell, solar, and electric powered vehicles and prototypes.
    www.herelectricvehicle.com
  • I Will Evolve
    Sierra Club information site on alternative fuel, renewable energy, and recent setbacks in energy policy.
    www.iwillevolve.org
  • Northeast Advanced Vehicle Consortium (NAVC)
    Nonprofit association of private and public sector firms and agencies working together to promote advanced vehicle technologies in the Northeast U.S.
    www.navc.org
  • Uncle Mark's Alternative Fueling Station
    Introduces some of the choices of fuels to power cars or trucks, and to compare these alternative fuels with petroleum fuels and with each other.
    www.altfuels.org
  • West Valley College Advanced Transportation Technologies Center
    Assists organizations develop transportation solutions and improve the health and quality of life of residents in the San Francisco and Monterey Bay areas. Focuses on providing resources for alternative fuels and advances in transportation technologies to improve transportation, health, and environmental problems.
    www.westvalley.edu/att
  • Who Killed the Electric Car?@
    Find sites with trailers, photos, and synopses of the documentary movie Who Killed the Electric Car? from writer / directory Chris Paine. Paine attempts to solve the mystery of what happened to the first, and last, electric car produced by a major auto manufacturer: the GM EV-1, as well as looking at other alternative fuels for transportation.
    dir.yahoo.com/.../Transportation/Who_Killed_the_Electric_Car_
 

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