DETROIT – Tom Cackette, chief deputy executive officer with the influential California Air Resources Board, says a 60 mpg (3.9 L/100 km) U.S. fuel-economy standard by 2025 falls within his organization’s range of technically feasible goals. “That’s within the range of what we’ve assessed,” Cackette tells Ward’s on the sidelines of U.S. Department of Energy’s Directions in Engine Efficiency and Emissions Research Conference here. Cackette’s organization carries clout with the National ...
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