Alternative Fuel Vehicle Marketplace Projections in Latest EL Insights
Stories about hybrid and electric cars have become ubiquitous in the U.S. media. Several high-profile vehicles, including the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt, have recently been launched. At the same time, more and more corporations are announcing their adoption of alternative fuel vehicles. The benefits vary between vehicle types, but in general companies adopt these vehicles to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, increase fuel efficiency, save on fuel costs and/or increase public goodwill.
The latest issue of EL Insights looks at the alternative fuel vehicle marketplace. The issue provides projections on overall use, technological advances, challenges and opportunities and a look at AFV use in corporate fleets. The report includes interviews with Wal-Mart, PHH Arval and Eaton Corp.
Organizations mentioned in this issue include: Nissan, Toyota, General Motors, Growth Energy, DOE, BMW, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Ford, GMC, Honda, Lexus, Mercedes, Mercury, Saturn, Tesla, Fisker, General Electric, FedEx, UPS, Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Aramark Uniform Services, Staples, AT&T, PHH Arval, Walmart, Eaton, Republic Services, Waste Management, Enterprise Holdings, Hertz, McDonald’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, Best Buy, 7-Eleven, DOT, EPA, Better Place, BP, ECOtality and ARCO
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