AVERAGE POWER for U.S. vehicles has been rising by about 3.5 hp per year says David M. Chien, a senior transportation and forecasting analyst for the U.S. Energy Information Admin. (EIA). Mr. Chien offers this detail in a presentation to the EIA's Annual Energy Outlook Conference, reports Environment and Climate News. He also predicts that in 2020 only about 10% of new vehicles will be powered by anything other than an internal combustion engine. THE SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE quotes an ...

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