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  • Driving Growth in MI: Chrysler

    Driving Growth in MI: Chrysler

    Employees at the Jefferson North Assembly Plant in Detroit, MI discuss how Chrysler’s new fuel efficient technologies, like the Pentastar engine, are saving both energy and money.

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  • 10 Ways Automakers Are Helping You Spend Less On Gasoline

    10 Ways Automakers Are Helping You Spend Less On Gasoline

    by Joann Muller Forbes August 30, 2012 Until lately, fuel economy standards, first established in 1975, hadn’t changed much since the mid-1980s. But now the Obama Administration is ratcheting up pressure on the auto industry to dramatically increase the average miles-per-gallon of each company’s fleet… While they’ve been known to kick and scream about fuel economy rules for years, automakers are actually quite good at finding innovative ways to improve fuel efficiency. Our friends over at Total Car Score, a [...]

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  • Driving Growth: How Clean Cars and Climate Policy Can Create Jobs

    Driving Growth: How Clean Cars and Climate Policy Can Create Jobs

    By Natural Resources Defense Council, Center for American Progress, United Auto Workers March 2010 Reducing America’s dependence on imported oil will not only enhance our national security, but it will createsubstantially more jobs than continuing on our current path of waste and unsustainable resource use. Reengineering theU.S. automobile fleet to use energy more efficiently will require new investments in advanced technology, increasingdemand for skilled labor. Instead of presenting a threat to the auto industry, reigning in reliance on oil and [...]

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