* Gas/electric technology on table now * Hybrid sales 2 pct of US market with gas prices low * Obama adm set to release outline of efficiency goals By John Crawley WASHINGTON,Sept 30 (Reuters) - The next round of U.S. fuel efficiency standards aims to push gasoline/electric hybrid vehicles into the mainstream as the Obama administration looks for steeper and more consistent mileage gains from automakers. An outline of where the administration wants to go on auto efficiency between ...
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