EDTA promotes four technologies of electric vehicles: hybrid, plug-in hybrid, extended-range, battery, and fuel cell electric vehicles.
"Nine of the ten most fuel efficient vehicles today are hybrids or electric vehicles" (Top Ten Lists)
"Plug-in vehicles can be driven for roughly one-third to one-fourth the cost of a gasoline-powered vehicle". (Transportation Electrification)
"Hybrid vehicles are the fastest growing segment of the light-duty vehicle market" 2011, National Research Council (Assessment of Fuel Economy Technologies)
"[In 2011, there were] 51 models [of alternative vehicles] and [that number] is expected to top 100 models in 2013 and to reach 154 models by 2016" (The Slow Road to Going Green)
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- Report 2012: Impact of Electric Vehicle Charging - 6-May-2012 A First Look at the Impact of Electric Vehicle Charging on the Electric Grid in The EV Project, EVS26 , May 06, 2012
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