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NAFTC teaches UHS students about hybrid technology

September 25, 2016

Morgantown, W.Va. -- The National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium took their demonstration Prius to University High School in Morgantown so students could get up close and personal with hybrid technology during the school's "Drive Electric Day."

William Davis, left, director of the WVU National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium, talks to students at UHS about electric cars.

William Davis, left, director of the WVU National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium, talks to students at UHS about electric cars.

Students learned about electric vehicles and about other fuels for cars that are available besides gasoline such as diesel, ethanol, methane and propane.

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