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July 2011

Press Release | July 29, 2011

Major Increases in Car and Light Truck Fuel Economy Standards Take Shape, but Some Provisions Could Undermine Economic and Environmental Benefits

Washington, D.C.—President Obama today presented a plan to increase fuel economy and greenhouse gas standards for cars and light trucks in 2017-2025 that would  raise fuel economy to 75 percent above 2010 levels. “This is a major step in reducing our oil dependence and consumers’ vulnerability to high gasoline costs,” said ACEEE Transportation Program Director Therese Langer. “By 2030, this round of standards could save more oil than we currently import from Saudi Arabia and Iraq, combined.”

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Press Release | July 29, 2011

Major Increases in Car and Light Truck Fuel Economy Standards Take Shape, but Some Provisions Could Undermine Economic and Environmental Benefits

Washington, D.C.—President Obama today presented a plan to increase fuel economy and greenhouse gas standards for cars and light trucks in 2017-2025 that would  raise fuel economy to 75 percent above 2010 levels. “This is a major step in reducing our oil dependence and consumers’ vulnerability to high gasoline costs,” said ACEEE Transportation Program Director Therese Langer. “By 2030, this round of standards could save more oil than we currently import from Saudi Arabia and Iraq, combined.”

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Press Release | July 28, 2011

ACEEE Names “Champions of Energy Efficiency in Industry”

Niagara Falls, N.Y.—The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) named four Champions of Energy Efficiency in Industry last night at its Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Industry. These awards, presented to outstanding leaders involved with advancing industrial energy efficiency, recognize leadership and accomplishment in the field. Winners were selected based on demonstrated excellence in leadership, program implementation, energy policy, and private sector initiatives. The 2011 winners are:

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Press Release | July 28, 2011

ACEEE Names “Champions of Energy Efficiency in Industry”

Niagara Falls, N.Y.—The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) named four Champions of Energy Efficiency in Industry last night at its Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Industry. These awards, presented to outstanding leaders involved with advancing industrial energy efficiency, recognize leadership and accomplishment in the field. Winners were selected based on demonstrated excellence in leadership, program implementation, energy policy, and private sector initiatives. The 2011 winners are:

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Blog | July 20, 2011

New Federal Actions Suggest Sustained Support for Energy Efficiency in Manufacturing

A few months ago we reported on a dramatic increase in the Department of Energy‘s (DOE) budget request for the Industrial Technology Program (ITP), as well as a more prominent position for White House Manufacturing Counselor Ron Bloom on the National Economic Council.  In the past few weeks, we have seen further indications of the Administration’s susta

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