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Transitions to Alternative Transportation Technologies—Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles Appendix E Acronyms and Abbreviations AEF America’s Energy Future (study) AEO Annual Energy Outlook (annual report of EIA) AER all-electric range, the distance a plug-in hybrid can travel on battery power alone BAU business as usual BEV battery electric vehicle CAFE Corporate Average Fuel Economy (regulations) CD charge-depleting mode of plug-in hybrid operation CS charge-sustaining mode of plug-in hybrid operation DOE Department of Energy eff efficiency EIA Energy Information Administration (DOE) EPRI Electric Power Research Institute FCV fuel cell vehicle FTD Federal Test Procedure gge gallons gasoline equivalent, used as a measure of energy content GHG greenhouse gas HEV hybrid electric vehicle HFCV hydrogen fuel cell vehicle HWFET Highway Fuel Economy Test Driving Schedule ICEV internal combustion engine vehicle kg kilogram km kilometer kWh kilowatt-hour (1,000 watt-hours, measure of energy) MIT Massachusetts Institute of Technology NRC National Research Council NRDC Natural Resources Defense Council OEM original equipment manufacturer (automobile manufacturer) PHEV plug-in hybrid electric vehicle PHEV-10 plug-in hybrid vehicle with a 10-mile all-electric range PHEV-40 plug-in hybrid vehicle with a 40-mile all-electric range Wh watt-hour (measure of energy)