From what I've been able to get from the FedEx public website, FedEx has 43 electric vans and 365 hybrid vehicles currently in service worldwide. Does this include golf carts, Hub vehicles and others that don't really qualify as bona fide delivery vehicles? Probably. And as others have pointed out, this is a tiny fraction of the FedEx fleet, and illustrates how pathetic the FedEx commitment to the environment really is. Their commitment is to hype the living daylights out of it, and pretend that they are actually doing something to positively affect pollution. Can anyone tell me where these vehicles are actually deployed in the US? I know that there was an all-hybrid station in the Sacramento area, and I have seen one hybrid on tour, but where are the rest of them? And how about the fabulous electric van, which supposedly entered service after it's "triumphant" Route 66 publicity tour. Other than appearing (sort of) in a recent commercial, it seems to have disappeared. It's interesting that FedEx has apparently rejected the diesel-hydraulic system that UPS has been evaluating. From what I have read, UPS will get back the hybrid cost premium in about 5 years, through reduced fuel usage and less maintenance (e.g. brake wear). UPS doesn't own the technology as far as I know, so FedEx basically isn't interested. Why? Because it is still cheaper to run the crap we have into the ground before scrapping it out. There is no real commitment to meaningful change.....just hype. And isn't that pretty much the case for most aspects of this company. They talk a good story, but when it comes time to actually do something, Memphis needs a Viagra before it can perform. We have actually been receiving new Sprinters and some Econolines, but none remotely approach "alternative" status. Nearly every station has low-mileage, high density routes that are perfect applications for hybrid and/or electric technology. Where are the green machines? Since FedEx absolutely, positively lies about almost everything, if any of you know where these vehicles are stationed, and how many of them there really are, I'd like to know about it. Especially the fabulous Electric Van.