There are a few states that continue to pop up on AutoblogGreen: California, Minnesota, New York, and Pennsylvania (OK, that last one is a commonwealth). This means that, either, a.) they are moving furiously on green car initiatives or b.) they have well-run PR offices. I suspect it's a bit of both, but whatever the reason, there's more news out of Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Governor Edward Rendell certainly likes to be in the green car news. He's been pushing for increased state hybrid rebates recently, and yesterday he announced the fourteen winners of the Governor's Biofuels Leadership Awards. These awards, given to business and community leaders, are part of Rendell's PennSecurity Fuels Initiative, which will spend $30 million over the next five years to produce and use 900 million gallons annually of clean, domestic fuel (conveniently, this is equi
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