Research into new-generation fuels for vehicles is continuing despite the crisis facing the auto industry worldwide. “Energy and environmental issues are being looked at like never before,” GM Holden Ltd. Environmental Activities and Strategy Manager Peter Vawdrey tells a conference on liquefied petroleum gas in Australia. “Exciting projects are being dusted off. It’s about rethinking the automobile. And it’s happening right across the world.” Vawdrey say globally, General Motors ...
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