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Electric and Hybrid Vehicles

While Scout recently reported on hybrid automobiles from the current make and model point of view, this topic in depth explores the history and technology of electric and hybrid cars and considers the options available for car buyers and the future of fuel cell technology. This article from the Detroit News suggests electric vehicles are becoming popular (1). The second website (1) provides an interactive history and archived documents about the development of electric vehicles. The third link describes a specific program involving U.S. corporations and the Federal government (2). The fourth link takes you to Argonne Laboratories transportation website, which provides articles and reviews recent research developments (3). If you are looking to buy an electric or hybrid car this website provides information on the various alternative vehicles and, and California residents can find out about state government-sponsored incentives for car buyers (4). This last website from the Why Files offers an analysis of some of the pros and cons of electric vehicles and suggests fuel cells have more potential (5).
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Detroit News: Gas-electric vehicles surge in popularityElectric Vehicle History Online ArchiveHybrid Electric Vehicle ProgramArgonne Laboratories Transportation Technology R&D CenterCalifornia: Driveclean.gov
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  • https://scout.wisc.edu/Reports/NSDL/MET/2004/met-040618#TopicInDepth
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June 18th, 2004
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June 17th, 2004 at 1:37pm
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June 21st, 2004 at 5:19pm
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