Chapter 6 Alternative Fuel and Advanced Technology Vehicles and Characteristics

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Table 6.1 Estimates of Alternative Fuel Highway Vehicles Made Available, 2004–2014
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Table 6.2 Hybrid and Plug-in Vehicle Sales, 1999-2015
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Table 6.3 Alternative Fuel Transit Vehicles, 2015
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Table 6.4 E85 Flex-Fuel Vehicles Available by Manufacturer, Model Year 2016
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Table 6.5 B20, CNG, and LPG Vehicles Available by Manufacturer, Model Year 2016
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Table 6.6 Hybrid-Electric Vehicles Available by Manufacturer, Model Year 2016
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Table 6.7 Electric-Drive Vehicles Available by Manufacturer, Model Year 2016
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Table 6.8 Number of Alternative Fuel Vehicle Models Available, 1991-2016
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Table 6.9 Electric-Drive Medium/Heavy Trucks and Buses Available by Manufacturer, 2016
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Table 6.10 Number of Alternative Refuel Sites by State and Fuel Type, 2016
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Table 6.11 Number of Alternative Refuel Stations, 1992-2015
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Figure 6.1 Clean Cities Coalitions
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Table 6.12 Properties of Conventional and Alternative Liquid Fuels
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Table 6.13 Properties of Conventional and Alternative Gaseous Fuels
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