For a good history of Plug-in Hybrids see W:Plug-in hybrid#History.
Formed in 1967 in San Jose, California, the EAA is a non-profit educational organization that promotes the advancement and widespread adoption of Electric Vehicles. This EAA-PHEV project began in October of 2005 in order to expand those efforts into the PHEV area by providing general information to curious parties and detailed conversion instruction to help guide experienced EV Converters through the process.
Since this is a History page, it might be a good place to discuss the history of Hybrids.
Plug-in Hybrid History
- 2012.11.30 - Top 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Electric Vehicles - Department of Energy
- 2012.07.21 - Plug-in hybrid sales soar; all-electric car sales stay slow - LA Times
- 2012.03.27 - What's better than a hybrid car? Plug-in hybrid cars of course! - soultec 27march2012 According to Kelly Blue Book the Chevy Volt offers the lowest cost of ownership after 5 years
- 2006 - Hybrids-Plus Prius Conversions.
- 2006 - PiPrius Prius Kits.
- 2006 - Hymotion Prius Kits.
- 2006 - PlugInPartners History.
- 2004 - PriusPlus History & EDrive Prius PHEV Conversions.
- 2004.10.22 - DaimlerChrysler Sprinter Van
- 2004.07.01 - Yahoo PriusPlus Group
- 2004.02.28 - Wayne Brown brings the Prius EV Mode Button to the states.
- 2003.09.15 - Yahoo Gridable-Hybrids Group
- 2002 - CalCars history & PriusPlus#History
- WikiPedia:Renault Kangoo
- 1990 - Dr. Andrew Frank had been doing PHEV research since 1971.
More Hybrid History
More EV History
- Seattle EVA Chapter SEVA:History