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Tighter MPG, Emission Rules Go on the Books for 2012

The Obama administration has just finalized the country’s first ever national regulation to curb greenhouse gas emissions and raise the bar on efficiency for new cars and trucks. The move could pushes automakers to incorporate more green technology into their lineups.

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Cash for Algae Fuel Down Under: The Algal Fuel Consortium won an A$2.72-million ($2.26 million) research grant under a government program in Australia…

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Cash for Clunkers Tally: Cash for clunkers may not be the most cost-effective emission reducer, but trade-ins under the program have resulted…

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Andy Grove on Industry Transformation: Andy Grove, the former CEO of Intel, says the auto industry “today is as vertical as the…

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EPA Ethanol Rule on the Way: The U.S. EPA is slated to release a draft of the updated Renewable Fuels Standard this…

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Sunset for Solar?: Solar companies and investors who planned for silicon that was scarce and high-priced must adjust their business models for…

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Financial Wizards Wanted: Tax equity investors, the financial specialists that convert tax credits into capital that developers can use to build new…

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Quizzing the Car Czar: With the U.S. auto industry hanging in the balance, an expected federal “car czar” faces ten fundamental questions,…