Electricity Related Links
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AC Propulsion develops, manufactures, and licenses systems and component technology for EV drive systems.
Arotech designs, manufactures, and markets zero-emission, zinc-air, fuel cell electric buses for transit and school bus applications.
Autotherm's Energy Recovery System (ERS) keeps the cab's heater working while the vehicle is turned off, keeping the cab warm and the windshield free of snow and ice for hours without idling.
ChargePoint operates the world's largest EV charging network and designs, builds, and supports charging technology.
DOE's Clean Cities Program supports public-private partnerships that deploy AFVs and build supporting alternative fuel infrastructure.
Clean Fuel Connection sells and installs EV chargers and offers technical consulting for EV, CNG, and LNG projects.
Currie Technologies manufactures a unique electric bicycle propulsion system called the U.S. Prodrive and several models of electric bikes.
EV World is a Web site dedicated to EVs. It features news events and legislation that affect the EV community, as well as product reviews, reports, and interviews with members of the EV industry.
EcoIQ is an Internet publishing and digital media company that exists to support and promote a transition to sustainability. The EcoIQ site is a portal to more than 8,000 related Web sites and pages, and it includes a link center, anthologies, and events calendar.
The Electric Auto Association is a non-profit educational organization that promotes the advancement and widespread adoption of Electric Vehicles. The EAA's mission is to act as a public source of information about developments in electric vehicle technology, to encourage experimentation in the building of electric vehicles, and to organize public exhibits and events of electric vehicles to educate the public on the progress and benefits of electric vehicle technology.
EPRI is a nonprofit organization committed to providing science and technology-based solutions to global energy customers through a far-reaching program of scientific research, technology development, and product implementation.
Electric Vehicles International (EVI) manufacturers alternative energy vehicles, specializing in battery electric vehicles (BEV) and range extended electric vehicles (REEV) for multiple applications covering a diverse range of transportation options.
Electrifying Times is the international magazine of electric vehicles, hybrids, fuel cells, batteries, alternative fuels, electric car racing and exhibitions.
Electro Automotive manufactures and sells EV conversion components, kits, books, videos, and provides EV conversion-consulting services.
Ener1 is involved in the North American development and commercialization of advanced, high-performance safe lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries for hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), plug-in HEVs (PHEVs) and electric vehicles (EVs). Ener1 is also developing commercial fuel cell products through its EnerFuel subsidiary and nanotechnology-based materials and manufacturing processes for batteries and other applications through its NanoEner subsidiary.
EIA is a statistical agency of DOE. It provides policy-independent data, forecasts, and analyses to promote sound policy making, efficient markets, and public understanding regarding energy and its interaction with the economy and the environment as well as alternative fuel production and use.
The Energy Management Institute publishes the Alternative Fuels Index, a subscription-based service that focuses on seven alternative fuel products approved by the Department of Energy to meet current alternative fuel U.S. standards. Those fuels include biodiesel, ethanol, propane, methanol, electricity, hydrogen, and natural gas. Coverage includes industry commentary relating to supply, price, policy and news as well as detailed price and trend analysis at the wholesale level.
Energy Xtreme designs and builds highly-efficient, scalable, smart electric power systems for fleets seeking mobile auxiliary power, idle reduction solutions, and organizations requiring remote, wireless or hybridized generator power. The Energy Xtreme Independence Package (R) stores and manages power for vehicle and remote (generator) auxiliary electrical needs without engaging the supporting engine.
The European Natural Gas Vehicle Association was founded to develop a sustainable and profitable market for NGVs throughout Europe by creating a favorable political and economic environment that encourages the development of NGV technology and fueling infrastructure.
GEM is recognized as a leading manufacturer of low speed NEVs.
The GRIP (Governor to Reduce Idle and Pollution) Idle Management System is designed to manage the time that the vehicle spends running in idle. Much of this time does not require the engine to run as the batteries can be used to power loads instead of the engine. By reducing the engine operation the GRIP not only saves fuel, excessive wear, extends vehicle life, it is also a benefit to the environment reducing emissions caused by unnecessary engine idle.
Hawaii state agency concerned with electricity generation and energy supply.
Learn about DOE's role in the research and development of HEVs at the Hybrid Electric Vehicle Web site.
InterMotive, Inc. designs and manufactures electronic control systems for the work truck, transit, emergency response, RV, and personal-use markets. The Eco-Star automatically turns the engine off when specific, customizable, safety conditions are met, reducing fuel consumption & greenhouse gasses. The Idle Timer controller turns the engine off at either 5 or 15 minutes, depending on settings, reducing fuel consumption & greenhouse gases. The EcoLock is an anti-idle system designed specifically for police which automatically turns the engine off when specific, customizable, safety conditions are met.
It All Adds Up to Cleaner Air is a collaborative effort of the U.S. Department of Transportation's (DOT) Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), EPA's Office of Mobile Sources, and DOT's Federal Transit Administration (FTA). Since 1991, these agencies have been working with state departments of transportation and metropolitan planning organizations to help them meet goals for reducing traffic congestion and improving air quality established by the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA 21) and Clean Air Act.
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory's (NREL) Energy Storage Project is leading the charge on battery thermal management, modeling, and systems solutions to enhance the performance of fuel cell, hybrid electric, and electric vehicles (FCVs, HEVs, and EVs) for a cleaner, more secure transportation future.
As the nation's leading center for renewable energy research, NREL develops new energy technologies to benefit both the environment and the economy. The laboratory's main areas of focus are solar power and photovoltaics, wind energy, alternative fuel vehicles and transportation, buildings and thermal systems, electricity technologies, fuels and chemicals, industrial technologies, measurements and testing, and renewable energy resources.
The Neighborhood Electric Vehicle Company designs and manufactures the Gizmo low-speed vehicle designed for commuters traveling fewer than 45 miles.
Nova BUS Corporation is a leader in the design, production, and marketing of urban transit buses. Nova BUS products include CNG and LNG models.
Phoenix Motorcars combines vintage hot rod vehicle body styles with the all-electric Enova Systems Panther powertrain system to create limited edition zero emission electric vehicles that are both practical and luxurious.
Pinnacle designs, manufacturers, installs, and operates high-speed and high-efficiency CNG fueling stations. Its patented technology offers lowered operating costs, safe operation, maximum fueling rates and uptime, and fleet data management services.
Ruff & Tuff manufactures neighborhood electric vehicles (EVs).
Smith Electric Vehicles manufactures and markets zero-emission commercial electric vehicles designed to have higher efficiency and a lower cost of ownership than traditional diesel trucks. Smith currently designs, produces, and sells two vehicle platforms--the Smith Newton and the Smith Edison--both of which can be configured for multiple applications.
Triangle Electric Auto Association is a chapter of the Electric Auto Association, a national nonprofit organization formed in 1967 to promote the use of electric vehicles as a viable transportation alternative that is efficient, economical, ecological and available today. It serves the Research Triangle area of North Carolina.
The Tridako PowerCube(TM) APU is an auxiliary power unit, approved by the EPA SmartWay Clean Diesel program to reduce emissions. It gives the driver fuel savings and reduced engine wear.
This EPA Web site provides information on alternative fuels, including fact sheets, certification procedures and emission standards, emission models, and related links.
VIA Motors is an electric vehicle development and manufacturing company that produces extended-range electric vehicles.
Vanner designs and delivers idle reduction innovations for day and sleeper cabs combining Vanner's power inverter and power management technology. Vanner's IdleWatch(R) "Hybrid" Idle Reduction System helps meet the trucking industry's no-idle regulations, while increasing battery life and improving fleet efficiency. IdleWatch(R) reduces fuel consumption and exhaust emissions, and has silent AC power access for use by work trucks in residential areas.
Xtreme Green Products designs and builds electric-powered land vehicles, such as the X Rider electric motorcycle, and personal watercraft, such as JetBoards and jet skis.