Hybrid and Alternative Energy Technology

Automotive World  Apr 14  Comment 
Bentley has confirmed that it will offer plug-in hybrid technology for the first time, starting with its upcoming and as-yet unnamed SUV model. While this marks a first for the ultra-luxury segment, the brand’s commitment to environmental...
CNNMoney.com  Apr 9  Comment 
Bentley cars, known for their luxury and speed, are also about to become more fuel efficient.
Sydney Morning Herald  Jan 14  Comment 
Audi is set to expand its hybrid range with a new plug-in hybrid that could debut in the new TT sports car.     
Sydney Morning Herald  Jan 3  Comment 
Blue oval promises free fuel by harnessing the sun for new plug-in hybrid technology     
Wall Street Journal  Nov 22  Comment 
Hybrid Technology buys its defaulted loan and hopes to acquire the maker of hybrid electric cars, which had gotten the funding from the Energy Department. Fisker has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Wall Street Journal  Nov 21  Comment 
Porsche CEO Matthias Müller said the sports- car and luxury sport-utility vehicle maker is weighing whether to offer more models with plug-in hybrid technology.
Financial Times  Jul 23  Comment 
Ford said it was hiring 200 engineers to develop its hybrid technology and in the second quarter it had sold five times as many hybrids as a year earlier
Cellular News  Jun 21  Comment 
The resulting hybrid technology could eventually lead to computer and data-storage chips that pack more components in a given area and are faster and less power-hungry. Click here for more.
Business Times - Malaysia  Jan 9  Comment 
Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sdn Bhd (Perodua) will retain its compact car segment because that's the company's strength, said its managing director, Datuk Aminar Rashid Salleh. "Whether it's within or outside the country, the demand for compact...
Reuters  Sep 12  Comment 
Plenty of people think Honda Motor Co is not the kind of daring, risk-taking company it once was. One of them is Takanobu Ito, who just happens to be the Japanese automaker's chief executive.


The automotive industry is being pushed towards alternative energy sources from all sides, government, advocacy groups, and consumers alike. Only one thing is certain: natural gas's dominance in the auto world just can't last. But what will be its successor? Ideas range from the less believable solar and pressurized-air cars to the electric, hybrid-electric (fuel cell), and ethanol/flex-fuel/biodiesel/alternative biofuel cars already on the market.

For more information on who wins and who loses from the supremacy of a particular kind of alternative-energy vehicle, please see the below links:

For more general information on renewable energy, see Concept:Renewable Energy.

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