Examples of Alternative Fuel Vehicles May Include:
Hydrogen, Hybrid, Electric, Flexible-Fuel or P-Series Fuel, Biodiesel, and Natural Gas
Hybrid vehicles are powered by two or more fuels. The most common type of hybrid vehicles have electric drivetrains which are powered by a battery. When this battery depletes, the internal combustion engine acts as a generator to recharge the battery.
- Plug In America
- Green Vehicle Laws and Regulations in North Carolina
- City of Raleigh-Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Project
- Duke Energy-Electric Vehicles
- Future of Electric Cars
- Alternative Fuels Data Center
- Clean Transportation Program Website
- NC Plug-in Electric Vehicles Website
- Transportation, Air Pollution, and Climate Change
- Transportation on Advanced Energy's Website
JOBS IN NC (FTE)
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Numbers current as of April 2017
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