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  • How Electronic and Hybrid Engines Can be Used Instead of the Petrol Engines

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    How can the electronic and hybrid engines be used instead of the petrol engines Introduction: Hybrid engines and electric and other forms of fuel are being tried the world over on account of multiple problems. It is not only for vehicles but also for the industries that use fossil fuels and chemicals for manufacture. The primary problem is the pollution of the air, water and the entire planet on account of fossil fuel use. Not all fossil fuel forms are harmful. For example CNG, compressed natural

  • Pros And Cons Of Hybrid Cars

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    of Hybrid/Alternative Fueled Vehicles: There are many factors to consider when purchasing a Hybrid or Alternative Fueled Vehicle. Most times when searching for a vehicle, consumers tend to search for amenities to help cut cost. When considering alternative fueled vehicles, consumers have to keep in mind that there are several types of hybrid vehicles with different operating abilities to choose from to satisfy the needs of the consumers. With hybrids, there are three types which are hybrid electric

  • The Impact of Electric Vehicles on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Essay

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    as “passenger cars”) using Plug-in Electric Vehicles (PEV’s). The advantage of electrification of personal transportation leads to improved air quality and to reduce the U.S’s GHG contribution to global climate change.   In 2007, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) made a collaborated study on penetration of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) and published it as “Environmental Assessment of Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV),

  • Pull The Plug On Electric Car Subsidies Right Now

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    It would be very unwise to “pull the plug” on electric-car subsidies right now. The industry needs the support. The subsidies are money given by the government to help the auto industry make electric cars and offer discounts for people to buy them. If they went away, car companies would be forced to sell electric vehicles at huge losses of money. The thriving auto industry is one of the few bright spots for business in the U.S. It would be thrown into disarray. The subsidies help make up for tough

  • Case Study On Tesla Motors

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    Further in my case study I would like to highlight the main points of the collaboration with the abovementioned companies due to key role of each of them in business development and innovation process of Tesla Motors. I will start from the most influenced partner of Tesla Motors – Lotus. The partnership between Tesla Motors and Lotus had many reasons that lead this cooperation to be in a good standing. First of all, Lotus provided its manufacturing plant in England, which helped Tesla Motors to avoid

  • Essay on Ford Hybrid

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    Paper # 2 Ford Hybrid 09/13/2012 Abstract Which stages of the project life cycle are evident in the case study? Did Martens select the right two project managers in Patil and Wright? What are toughest challenges faced by the project manger’ during a high visability and high risk project? Would you like to have been involved with the Ford Escape Hybrid project? Paper # 2: Ford Hybrid The Ford Escape Hybrid program was the midterm step of the company’s steps of sustainability. The

  • The Pros And Cons Of Electric Vehicles

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    Global Warming is a topic of interest in today’s world and ways that we could cut back our carbon footprint. Electrical vehicles are vehicles that use electricity to power the motors in order to run. Electrical vehicles are thought to be one of the solutions to greenhouse gases and global warming. While electric vehicles tend to produce pollution at times from their backup motors, electrical cars depend on a fuel source that doesn’t originate from burning fossil fuels, which produces fewer greenhouse

  • SWOT Analysis: Nighthawk Motors Ecostar

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    highway with a range of 500 miles. Its main strength compared to the direct competition is that it is $3000 less than the comparable competition’s models. Moreover, Nighthawk Motors has been able to eliminate the pitfalls and issues with the early year hybrids as the Ecostar is the first-generation PHEV that Nighthawk Motors has developed. This latter release allows the Ecostar to sidestep any preconceived notions by customers from past model releases.

  • The Impact Of Co2 Emission On The Environment Of The Transport Sector From An Economic, Technical And Environmental Point Of

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    …………..07 2.3.2 Hybrid vehicles ………………………................................ …………..09 a. Plug-in (i.e. parallel) hybrid electric vehicle……………….. …………..09 b. Range-extended (i.e. series) hybrid electric vehicles………. …………..10 2.3.3 Pure battery electric vehicles ……………...............................................11 2.3.4 Further development

  • Hybrid Vehicle Disadvantages

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    of Hybrid/Alternative Fueled Vehicles: There are many factors to consider when purchasing a Hybrid or Alternative Fueled Vehicle. Most times when searching for a vehicle, consumers tend to search for amenities to help cut cost. When considering alternative fueled vehicles, consumers have to keep in mind that there are several types of hybrid vehicles with different operating abilities to choose from to satisfy the needs of the consumers. With hybrids, there are three types which are hybrid electric

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