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UPS has set a target to have 25 percent of its new vehicle purchases be alternative fuel or advanced technology vehicles by 2020 – up from 16 percent last year. By 2025 UPS wants 40 percent of its fleet to be fueled by sources other than conventional gasoline and diesel, doubling last year’s 19.6 percent. […]

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A new report by environmental and labor groups applauds U.S. jobs coming from building clean, fuel-efficient vehicles – and recommends staying the course on tough emission and mpg standards. Clean vehicle technology is supporting 288,000 manufacturing and engineering jobs in the U.S. economy, says the study by Natural Resources Defense Council and the BlueGreen Alliance. […]

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