State's fleet not meeting hybrid hype

O'Malley, Chris
January 2010
Indianapolis Business Journal;1/4/2010, Vol. 30 Issue 45, p3
The article reports on the effort of the state of Indiana in pushing incentives to companies that would make Indiana a leader in the hybrid electric vehicle industry. It mentions some companies including EnerDel Inc. and Delphi Automotive Systems which try to make electric controls for hybrids. However, the government does not have enough fund to become a leader among all U.S. states in incorporating hybrids for massive vehicle fleets.


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