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The United States Department of Energy (DoE) is collecting “real world” data on a variety of alternative energy vehicles with, among others, the help of Intertek. The DoE said testing includes vehicle performance, durability and operational costs, with the goal of helping consumers and the automotive industry better understand how vehicle technologies intended to reduce […]

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Opting for aluminum over steel in new automobile construction to improve fuel economy is also the best way to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions, according to a new study by the United States Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). “As the U.S. works to reduce dependence on foreign oil, promote clean energy […]

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