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Federal Energy and Fleet Management: Plug-In Vehicles Offer Potential Benefits, but High Costs and Limited Information Could Hinder Integration into the Federal Fleet
Susan A. Fleming (au); Mark Gaffigan (au)
The U.S. transportation sector relies almost exclusively on oil; as a result, it causes about a third of the nation's greenhouse gas emissions. Advanced technology vehicles powered by alternative fuels, such as electricity and ethanol, are one way to reduce oil consumption. The fed. govít. set a goal for fed. agencies to use plug-in hybrid electric vehicles -- vehicles that run on both gasoline and batteries charged by connecting a plug into an electric power source -- as they become available at a reasonable cost. This report examined the: (1) potential benefits of plug-ins; (2) factors affecting the availability of plug-ins; and (3) challenges to incorporating plug-ins into the fed. fleet. Illustrations.
History of the New York Central System
Order of Christian Funerals: The Roman Ritual: Study Edition (rev. ed.)
War of the Rebellion: Official Records of the Union & Confederate Armies: Series I, Volume I
Karluk: The Great Untold Story of Arctic Exploration
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