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Unformatted text preview: The Telsa Roadster used 100% electricity, and is fully dependant on being recharged each night. The GM Volt has a small gas engine which recharges the electric batteries allowing up to 230 MPG. In addition to these technologies Motavelli mentions Diesel as another attractive option, which is popular more so in Europe, Biodiesel, which can allow a vehicle to run on 100% vegetable oil, and partial zero emission vehicles, which do not add additional gas mileage to vehicles, but do run cleaner, and are better for the environment than their normal counterparts, and fuel cells which do not burn anything, but simply convert hydrogen into electricity. All of these options, while being a bit futuristic, and require additional research and studies are ways to help us, the American consumers make the world a bit greener....
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This note was uploaded on 06/16/2010 for the course BUSINESS M B399 taught by Professor Jasonscottearl during the Spring '10 term at BYU - ID.
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