Governments and auto makers need to work together on an “energy security roadmap” focusing on many different energy resources, says General Motors Corp.’s top man in Southeast Asia. Steve Carlisle, president of GM Southeast Asia Operations Ltd. and Chevrolet Sales (Thailand) Ltd., tells an industry forum on alternative fuels that GM is challenging the automobile’s “98% dependence on petroleum” by adopting a strategy to displace petroleum through energy diversity. ‘’Clearly, the roadmap ...
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