A National Academy of Science (NAS) panel reviewing corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) standards is struggling to compile its findings in time for its July deadline, a project insider says. The independent panel's report will be a key stepping stone in any decision to alter the program that, since its implementation in 1978, has seen a doubling of light vehicle fuel efficiency. Led by Vice President Dick Cheney, the Bush Admn.'s National Energy Policy Development Group reveals it ...

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