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“What's more, the company plans to begin selling a natural gas-powered Civic across the country, expanding from current sales in just four states.”
“At the North American International Auto Show here Monday, Ford is unveiling its new C-Max minivan in three versions: a gas-powered engine model already on sale in Europe, a gas-electric hybrid version of the five-passenger van using a lighter, smaller lithium-ion rechargeable bat tery and the company's first plug-in hybrid called the Energi.”
“According to Ford, the C-Max Energi can drive more than 500 miles using the battery and gas-powered engine-more than any other plug-in or extended-range electric vehicle.”
“The new C-Max, which is more compact than a traditional minivan, will also come in gas-powered and gas-electric hybrid versions.”
““Experience makes using a gas-powered single-stage snow blower easier,” says Sawchuk.”
“Two-stage gas snow blowers Two-stage gas-powered snow blowers feature wider augers and a spinning impeller that can handle deeper snow.”
““We need a nice, economical vehicle that runs on fuels that we can get nearby,” Mom added as she found a Web site for inexpensive new gas-powered cars.”
“When the power dies, Jolles cranks up his 6.2-kilowatt gas-powered unit, runs extension cords to as many as five surrounding houses and becomes a micro-grid in his part of the Barnaby Woods neighborhood.”
“Based on the new numbers, the median gas-powered plant in the United States is just 40 percent cleaner than coal, according to calculations ProPublica made based on Jaramillo's formulas.”
“Now, if the cars were cheaper than gas-powered cars of equal performance, these cold-weather risks might be acceptable.”
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