Hydrogen Hybrid Vehicle Powered With

The hybrid vehicle modified by ECD Ovonics has a driving range of nearly 200 miles and requires about 8 minutes for refueling using a filling pressure of 1500 psi. A practical first step on the road to a hydrogen-fueled future

A New Generation Hybrid Transaxle for Toyota's Power Hybrids

Toyota engineers sought to improve performance and fuel economy over the Prius unit while reducing noise and maintaining a compact size. The result is a second generation hybrid drive system centered around a greatly improved hybrid transaxle.

New Applications for EVs

A "low speed electric mobile advertising system," whereby utility bed GEM vehicles are outfitted with illuminated billboards.

Coming In Out Of the Cold: Hybrids Put To The Test

Some of the questions we have for hybrid technology are now dependability in cold weather starting, reliability in highway driving standards, added to these ever so alluring fuel cost savings.

Electric Drag Racing At Brigham Young University

The car's best elapsed time at the Rocky Mountain raceway was 15.774 seconds. The car accelerated to 69.57 miles per hour in the first 1/8th of a mile and finished the 1/4 mile race at 77.47 miles per hour.

Advantages Of Electric Cars And Plug-In Electric-Biodiesel Cars

If the vehicle is a Grid Rechargeable (plug-in) capable hybrid electric-biodiesel (or diesel or gasoline) automobile, the car has all of electric automobile advantages for short trips plus the range & fast refueling advantages of internal combustion engine automobiles!

Zinc Air and Nickel Zinc Hybrid Vehicle

The idea of metal fuels as an energy source has existed for over 100 years. Many companies have attempted to develop and commercialize zinc air fuel cells and nickel zinc batteries but were unable to solve the problem of dendrite formation.

Advantages Of Electric Cars And Plug-In Electric-Biodiesel Cars

If the vehicle is a Grid Rechargeable (plug-in) capable hybrid electric-biodiesel (or diesel or gasoline) automobile, the car has all of electric automobile advantages for short trips plus the range & fast refueling advantages of internal combustion engine automobiles!

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