U.S. Department of Energy -- Alternative fueled vehicles, electric vehicles, encouragement of "clean cities".
information on alternative fuels and vehicles.
The Advanced Transportation and Advanced Systems (ATAS) Laboratory works on electric and hyrogen vehicle projects.
Ranks cars and trucks according to environmental friendliness. Using this consumer guide, buyers can compare cars, vans, pickups, and sport utility vehicles by their environmental impacts, including air pollution, global warming, and fuel efficiency.
Truck engines use natural gas and diesel fuel simultaneously to reduce emissions without power and compression loss.
Proposes that cars should use boron as a fuel for propulsion and asserts that boron is a safer fuel than hydrogen or gasoline.
Conceptual proposal for an infrastructure for transportation aimed at the use of renewable energy sources.
Performs research in advanced automotive technologies such as hybrid electric vehicles, emissions reduction, and clean diesel engines.
Umbrella organization of DaimlerChrysler, Ford and General Motors, formed to conduct cooperative, pre-competitive research.
New University of North Texas car uses cryogenic heat engine fueled/powered by liquid nitrogen: summary, FAQ, power train closeup, engine gas flow diagram.