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NAFTC Featured On West Virginia Morning Public Radio

National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) in Morgantown has developed a new pilot program for use in high schools. The purpose of this program is to train students on the components of repairing alternative fuel vehicles. The program is part of an effort to get people mor
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NAFTC launches advanced electric drive vehicle curriculum for high schools

MORGANTOWN, WV — America’s high schools have offered specialized automotive training for generations of technicians who then kept family cars and business vehicles humming on the highways. But, the evolution of transportation in the 21st Century is bringing a whole new kind of alterna
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Toyota Motorsport GMBH Breaks Pikes Peak Electric Record

COLORADO — TOYOTA Motorsport GmbH (TMG) has made another step forward for electric vehicles by setting a new electric record at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in Colorado, United States. Using the TMG EV P002 race car, powered by a high-performance TMG electric powertrain, dr
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GE and Urban Green Energy Build World’s First Wind-Powered EV Charger

PLAINVILLE Connecticut — Last summer, GE opened one of the first solar carports for charging electric vehicles in Plainville, Connecticut. The idea has caught on. Solar-powered EV “pumps” have started popping up across North America, from Toronto to Google’s California headquarters, a
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Ford Boosts Investment in EVs

DEARBORN, Mich., Aug. 15, 2012 – Ford is adding new green jobs, doubling its battery-testing capabilities and speeding electrified vehicles to market by at least 25 percent, creating even more fuel-efficient choices for customers. “The good news for customers is that they not only hav
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