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Hybrid Vehicle

A motor vehicle that uses both gasoline and electricity to power the engine. In general, the internal combustion engine is used to charge the electric motor or when the electric motor is idle. Hybrid vehicles have become more popular with increased concern for the environment and alternative energy.
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A council report prepared ahead of Thursday's meeting says: "A strategy to support the implementation of electric vehicles and electric vehicle charge points is required to progress this important work.
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In the survey, Click4Reg asked electric vehicle owners questions ranging from how happy they were with their electric vehicle, to how impressed they were with the supply and demand of public charge points.
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The government was refusing to embrace meaningful tax breaks or emissions standards that had led to a high uptake of electric vehicle in places like Norway, Denmark and the Netherlands, she said.
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