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For the sixth full year since the U.S. introduction of major-manufacturer plug-in electrified vehicles, sales in 2016 hit new highs and a few records were set. On the face of it, one might expect that as a matter of course for a still-budding market, but actually 2015 saw declines in the ever-changing electrified vehicle space, […]

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The Obama administration is looking to lock in fuel economy standards before Donald Trump takes office in January. This is happening as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is proposing to not change fuel economy and emissions standards through 2025. Under law, the EPA must decide by April 2018 whether to modify 2022-2025 model year vehicle […]

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As Americans focus on a contentious presidential election between diametrically opposed candidates, an issue that’s challenged the last eight presidents combined remains, and this is its “addiction” to its monopoly energy source, petroleum. Since President Richard Nixon, the call for “energy independence” has been described as having potential to profoundly shape the U.S. economy, culture, […]

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