Monthly Archives: February 2013

EPA engineer says Feds are still monitoring accuracy of mileage ratings

The US Environmental Protection Agency is changing its practices and will be more closely monitoring automakers’ fuel economy ratings, according to Jeff Alson, a senior EPA engineer. Alson spoke at a University of Michigan conference last week and addressed questions … Continue reading

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Ethanol playing a major role in US economy and as a powder keg for debate

Ethanol has become a lightning rod for debate lately – in Washington, blogs, media reports, and industry conferences. It turns out ethanol plays a big role in the US economy (and that of Brazil, though that comes from sugar cane … Continue reading

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