The U.S. House of Representatives approves another $3 billion in funding for federal research into advanced technologies such as electric and hybrid-electric passenger vehicles, one day after the Obama Admin. wraps up ruling on the largest fleet fuel-economy increase in decades. Sponsored by Rep. Gary Peters (D-MI) and passing the House late yesterday by a vote of 312-114, the bill also expands development of fuel-efficient, commercial-truck technologies, as well as auto parts, components ...
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