The Environmental Protection Agency is offering auto makers an assembly plant efficiency benchmarking gauge aimed at cutting energy usage and greenhouse gases. Auto makers spend more than $700 million on energy for U.S. assembly plants, the EPA says, and the government agency has developed a tool with auto makers and Argonne National Laboratory that will allow car companies to assess how their energy usage stacks up against other auto makers in the industry and EPA benchmarks. Auto ...
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