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Bordentown Chevrolet Donates Used Cell Phones

Bordentown Chevrolet donates used cell phones to the Cell Phones for Soldiers Organization. Over the past few months, Bob Maguire Chevrolet has been collecting old cell phones from its customers and employees to donate to the Cell Phones for Soldiers Organization.

Bordentown Chevrolet Donates Used Cell Phones

Cell Phones for Soldiers is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing American soldiers overseas with cell phones and call cards, so the soldiers can speak with loved ones back home in the states. Visit their website at cellphonesforsoldiers.com to see how they use your used cell phones to donate to the soldiers!

Bob Maguire Chevrolet Donates to Cell Phones for Soldiers

Bordentown Chevrolet Donates Used Cell Phones

Bob Maguire Chevrolet has been collecting used cell phones since August, and I am happy to report that 29 cell phones and multiple cell phone accessories have just been donated!! Bob Maguire Chevrolet will continue to be a drop-off point for the Cell Phones for Soldiers Organization, so if you have a used cell phone, stop by the dealership to donate it and be a part of the philanthropy as this Bordentown Chevrolet doantes used cell phones to the Cell Phones for Soldiers Organization!

2009 Saturn Vue Used to Showcase Future Green Powertrain Solutions in EcoCAR Challenge

Nearly 200 future engineers from 17 universities are getting an opportunity to show their talents and knowledge in developing a next generation propulsion system for the EcoCAR challenge. The competition is a three-year engineering competition headlined by General Motors and the U.S. Department of Energy. Each team will focus on the execution of an alternatively powered powertrain system while maintaining the performance, safety, and consumer appeal of their 2009 Saturn Vue crossover. Each Vue will have the following common characteristics:

 

•Plug-in capability

•Lithium-ion battery technology

•Use of a renewable energy source

•Vehicle must retain the safety and real-world performance characteristics of the Saturn Vue

 

Each team has revealed their architectures of choice for their Vue crossovers. There are four different types which are: Extended Range Electric Vehicles, Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Full Function Electric Vehicle, and Fuel Cell Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle.

2009 Saturn Vue Used to Showcase Future Green Powertrain Solutions in EcoCAR Challenge

Nearly 200 future engineers from 17 universities are getting an opportunity to show their talents and knowledge in developing a next generation propulsion system for the EcoCAR challenge. The competition is a three-year engineering competition headlined by General Motors and the U.S. Department of Energy. Each team will focus on the execution of an alternatively powered powertrain system while maintaining the performance, safety, and consumer appeal of their 2009 Saturn Vue crossover. Each Vue will have the following common characteristics:

 

•Plug-in capability

•Lithium-ion battery technology

•Use of a renewable energy source

•Vehicle must retain the safety and real-world performance characteristics of the Saturn Vue

 

Each team has revealed their architectures of choice for their Vue crossovers. There are four different types which are: Extended Range Electric Vehicles, Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Full Function Electric Vehicle, and Fuel Cell Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle.

DOE takes delivery of hydrogen-powered Chevrolet

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has taken delivery of a Chevrolet Equinox fuel cell electric vehicle. The vehicle is part of Chevrolet’s “Project Driveway“, a test helping to bring fuel cell electric vehicles to market. For the next six months DOE employees will use the Equinox in everyday situations and will share the performance data. Chevrolet Marketing director, Cheryl Catton, said “We’re pleased to have the DOE join in this important endeavour to speed advanced technologies to consumers. The DOE’s participation illustrates the value of the industry and government working together to provide solutions to our nation’s energy issues. The findings from all of our Project Driveway partcipants will help us define our product and market introduction plans for fuel cell electric vehicles.”

DOE Takes delivery of hydrogen-powered Chevrolet

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has taken delivery of a Chevrolet Equinox fuel cell electric vehicle. The vehicle is part of Chevrolet’s “Project Driveway“, a test helping to bring fuel cell electric vehicles to market. For the next six months DOE employees will use the Equinox in everyday situations and will share the performance data. Chevrolet Marketing director, Cheryl Catton, said “We’re pleased to have the DOE join in this important endeavour to speed advanced technologies to consumers. The DOE’s participation illustrates the value of the industry and government working together to provide solutions to our nation’s energy issues. The findings from all of our Project Driveway partcipants will help us define our product and market introduction plans for fuel cell electric vehicles.”

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