WASHINGTON, Feb 27 (Reuters) - The number of vehicles in the United States that run on alternative fuels is expected to increase 7.3 percent this year from 2003, the government said on Friday. A total of 547,904 vehicles that run on natural gas, corn-based ethanol, electricity or liquefied petroleum gases will be on the road this year, up from 510,805 last year, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said. That's slower growth than the 8.4 increase from the 471,098 alternative-fueled ...
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