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S. automakers can meet the government’s 2025 corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) standards in an affordable way by expanding the use of existing technologies, an Environmental Protection Agency official said today.

Jeff Alson, senior engineer for the EPA, said the agency believes 2025 model-year vehicles will be $2,600 more expensive than 2011 vehicles if auto companies choose the “most cost effective” route to meeting CAFE standards.

That would mostly involve improvements in internal combustion engines and hybrids that use gasoline.

 



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