10 Aug '18, 10am

Unsurprising, "Broad opposition to EPA, NHTSA proposed freeze of GHG, CAFE regs"

A significant body of ICCT research built up over several years, most of it done in close collaboration with US and international automotive suppliers, has validated the rigorous and meticulous analyses previously done by EPA and California Air Resources Board staff on which the vehicle efficiency standards that the administration now seeks to dismantle were founded. Indeed, our primary critique of the agencies’ technical work to this point has been that their conclusions tended to prove too conservative—that the pace of automotive technological innovation and more realistic cost-benefit assessments would justify even more ambitious goals, better aligned with the urgent need to reduce oil consumption and carbon emissions. To see how starkly conservative the new proposal is: its estimates that the 2025 standards will cost $1,800–$2,300 per vehicle are 3-4 times the ICCT’s o...

Full article: http://www.greencarcongress.com/2018/08/20180802-epadot-1...

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