The day is fast approaching when this economy will be formally or wholesomely endorsed as part of the green economy. Would you not like to see yourself or your business exercise a fuel economy that allows you to go through that green door? And just think what you could be achieving in terms of better financial outcomes and the potential for increased profitability for your business going forward.
The hybrid example has been proven to have enjoyed a long-standing and successful test run. In most functioning economic zones, let’s just say; the trains run on time. This is thanks to human ingenuity and diligence. It is also thanks to the technologies that are being utilized. They are highly efficient and quite sustainable, when well managed have little (negative) impact on the green economy.
The lay reader could, however, be inclined to imagine just how much fuel is being carried by such large freight carriers, day in and day out. Fair enough. That much would be true. It is huge in comparison to the average everyday sedan or hatch-back. But it is a drop in the ocean compared to how the average driver tends to manage his or her fuel consumption. Perhaps this has something to do with the cost of purchasing such vehicles.
But the numbers of those who have made the switch to hybrid-powered jalopies are still very much a small minority. Hybrid driving is very much a replica of how those great freight and passenger trains are being operated these days. On time. And with far less fuel consumption than would have been necessary. You are wondering how this is possible. Today’s current round of fuel economy initiatives are still being driven by electric power, would you believe.