The all-new Prius Prime is the most efficient car in its class, with an EPA-estimated 133 MPGe. What makes it so superior? Every last detail has been optimized to make it both advanced and efficient. Its cutting-edge, lightweight materials, combined with its proven hybrid technology, all work harmoniously to enhance performance while maximizing—and redefining—efficiency.
Corning Enterprises is the community and economic development division of Corning Incorporated. With the pervasive presence of Corning Incorporated in the greater Corning area, Corning Enterprises becomes involved with many community-wide economic development activities. Initiatives include efforts to partnerships with the City of Corning and other organizations to sustain the economic viability of Market Street and Intown Corning; sponsorship of projects and programs which improve the quality of life of Corning employees and other community residents.
Clean Cities strives to advance the nation’s economic, environmental, and energy security by supporting local decisions to adopt practices that contribute to the reduction of petroleum consumption. Clean Cities has a network of approximately 90 volunteer coalitions, which develop public/private partnerships to promote alternative fuels and advanced vehicles, fuel blends, fuel economy, hybrid vehicles, and idle reduction.
The mission of the International Motor Racing Research Center at Watkins Glen is to be the world-class leader in the collection of materials representing the documentary heritage of amateur and professional motor racing, highlighting Sports Car, Formula 1, NASCAR, and vintage and Historic racing. The Research Center maintains archives for the personal papers of drivers, journalists and authors; rare books, serial publications, and reference books pertaining to drivers, cars, races and the history of motor racing; the historical records and newsletters of clubs and motor racing teams and corporations; and historical photographs, movie films, videos, oral histories, and memorabilia. Operating according to professional archival standards of preservation and bibliographic cataloguing, the Research Center is open to all for primary research, offers extensive reference and other public services, and makes the wealth of gathered information available worldwide through computer technology.