Types of electric vehicles include All-Electric, Plug-In Hybrids, or Hybrids. This section contains information on alternative fuel types, electricity basics, electric vehicle emissions, and electric vehicle charging.

The Alternative Fuels Data Center is a source for information and data for fuel types such as electricity, biodiesel, ethanol, hydrogen, natural gas, and propane. Learn more.

The Alternative Fuels Data Center provides useful information on the basics of electricity, how powering vehicles with electricity works, and electric charging stations.  Learn more about the basics of electricity.

The United States Environmental Protection Agency provides information on green vehicles, vehicles and greenhouse gases, fuel savings, the fuel economy, the future of transportation, and how to make transportation greener. Learn more.

NYSEG provides information to help you decide on which kind of electric vehicle is best for you. Learn more.

All electric vehicles running only on electricity have zero tailpipe emissions, but may have emissions that are produced by the source of electrical power. Learn more.

Information on plug in electric vehicle charging stations, and charging options can be found here.

Locate and search for electric vehicle charging stations.

Educational webinars and handouts that provide information on electric school buses are available here.

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