Services On Alternative Fuel Spreads Out
Efforts to actually give out more information on alternative fuel seem to be expanding. One of the latest moves involves the Alternative Fuel Vehicle Institute, or the AFVI, working up a partnership with Clean Energy. And together, they are planning on expanding the range of the vital and most important pieces of information on such a mentioned topic. According to the groups, they are doing such a thing so as to be able to help consumers make the right decisions when it comes to purchasing vehicles.
Such a move would indeed be quite important and very helpful. You see, because of the huge rise of gas and fuel prices, more and more consumers are struggling to make their budget fit just right. And alternative fuel and alternative fuel vehicles seem to be the very answer to the current problem. And with this, consumers are out in the market looking for the right kind of information regarding such alternatives. Both AFVI and Clean Energy are putting together all the most needed pieces of data with the help from a team of fuel and technology experts in the whole country. It has not been disclosed though if these groups would also be working with other businesses and organizations like Chevrolet performance parts manufacturers, auto accessories crafters, and other groups involved in the industry.
As part of their campaign and move towards providing information on alternative fuel and alternative fuel vehicles to the market, the groups would also be providing other services that would provide the much needed education on such matters. The list includes forums that would give other people the chance to talk about the topic as well as get in touch with other peers located not only in their locality and region but also those who are located straight right across the country. Newsletters would also be sent out and a website would also be put up.
Annalloyd Thomason says, "What we are doing is augmenting the core business that we've developed during the past two decades. Focused attention on the use of alternative fuels and vehicles that are here today has been a core mission for us. What's new is that the support from Clean Energy allows us to expand the ways we deliver relevant information to fleets and others. That expansion will be evident during the next several months. " Thomason is currently the executive director of AFVI.