BALTIMORE (AP) - Clean, green vehicles are coming to Baltimore.
The 5th International Environmentally Friendly Vehicle Conference is being held Monday through Wednesday at Baltimore's convention center. Organizers say this year marks the first time the conference is being held in the United States. The conference also marks the first time heavy duty trucks are being discussed at the conference along with passenger cars.
In addition to panels and presentations by researchers, visitors will also be able to view several clean energy vehicles, including clean diesel, electric and fuel cell models. Experts will also present the latest on sustainable fuels from biomass, and discuss the future of biofuels, consumer acceptance of environmentally friendly vehicles and electric cars and the grid.
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