ElectricElectric cars produce zero localized emissions since they’re propelled by electric motors that run on batteries charged at home, or special electric vehicle charging stations.
HybridHybrid cars use more than one engine, each one relying on a different type source of power that, combined, make the car move.
HydrogenHydrogen-fuelled vehicles receive their power from engines that convert the hydrogen’s chemical energy into mechanical energy for the car to move.
BiodieselBiodiesel is a diesel fuel additive that offers a much better lubrication of the engine, increasing the equipment’s lifetime. Biodiesel is used on regular diesel engines.
EthanolThe Ethanol fuel used on vehicles is actually the same kind of ethanol (alcohol) that you find on the alcoholic beverages. Easily produced and processed, ethanol fuel is mostly used as a biological alternative to gasoline.