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January 21, 2007

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JN2

Series hybrids seem to be gaining in popularity (see also Chevy's Volt).

Engineer-Poet

FRP stands for fiber reinforced plastic.

Jim from The Energy Blog

StarTrans uses fiberglass reinforced panel as I have quoted in the post. I agree that fiberglass reinforced plastic is the generaly accepted definition of FRP.

amazingdrx

Great to see another serial hybrid in actual production. Does it plugin too?

Add a solid oxide fuel cell/microturbine (substitute for the iCE generator)and quick charge plugin batteries and it would be perfect.

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