State Offers Incentives for Alternative Fuel Cars

McCabe, Brooks; White, Ryan
June 2011
State Journal (WV);6/24/2011, Vol. 27 Issue 25, p28
In this article the authors reflect on the initiative of the West Virginia Legislature to re-enact the Marcellus Gas and Manufacturing Development Act that would encourage residents to use alternative fuel vehicles to help address the high cost of petroleum products.


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