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  • Fuel Economy Continues to Rise: EPA Report

    Fuel Economy Continues to Rise: EPA Report

    by Luke Tonachel Natural Resources Defense Council March 15, 2013 New cars and trucks are poised to set new records in fuel efficiency according to the latest Fuel Economy Trends report from the EPA. When all the data is crunched, EPA expects the model year 2012 average to reach 23.8 mpg, a record-high level since the agency started data tracking 1975. Importantly, carbon pollution has also been reduced from new autos, dropping 13 percent from 2007 to 2012. More good [...]

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  • Cummins gets EPA approval for key engine

    Cummins gets EPA approval for key engine

    by Dan Human Indianapolis Business Journal October 1, 2012 Cummins Inc. has received the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s blessing on a redesigned engine that will meet the first-ever set of federal standards for heavy-duty truck emissions… The new engine model should improve fuel efficiency by 2 percent compared with the current model… Read more…

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