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Tell Washington to Support Plug-in Hybrid Vevicles (PHEV)

Posted on February 14, 2009
Filed Under Government, PHEV, Tax Information | Leave a Comment

Washington Prius PHEVSend Washington a message!

The Detroit car-makers have dragged their feet for decades to avoid producing cars that are more fuel-efficient. Today they are finally moving in that direction in the face of soaring oil prices and public demand.

Meanwhile, truly innovative small companies are scrambling to bring new solutions to fleets and everyday motorists — and they’re up against a legacy of outworn policies and a well-entrenched army of lobbyists.

The good news is that Senators Maria Cantwell (D-WA) and Orrin Hatch (R-UT), along with a bipartisan group of senators, have been able to secure support for plug-in technology in the stimulus bill that is now working its way to President Obama’s desk.

This is a positive step forward for the economy, the environment and our national security — and we want to keep the momentum moving forward.

What can you do to help?

Wouldn’t it be great if you could quickly alert all of your elected officials in Washington to urge them to support the adoption of plug-in hybrid technology?

You can! Plug In America has developed an extremely quick and easy way to send an e-mail to your representatives in the House and Senate, as well as members of the Congressional committee considering the issue of tax credits for plug-in hybrid technology.

Go to PlugInAmerica.org to send a message to Washington. It takes about 30 seconds, and you’ll help the economy, the environment and our national security.

Source: PIHybrid.com

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