Wisconsin town looking forward to PHEV on the streets

Energy representatives from Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, have joined other utility officials from the state to support Plug-In Partners, a national campaign to convince auto manufacturers to build plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV).
A recent meeting of the Wisconsin Public Power Inc. included an exhibition of the Columbia ParCar and a Toyota Prius converted to a PHEV. Officials were briefed on the effectiveness of neighborhood electric vehicles (NEV), learning that one municipality uses a NEV to read meters. Many Wisconsin communities have passed measures to allow NEVs on public streets. Officials also got test drives in a NEV and PHEV.

[Source: Oconomowoc Focus]

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