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  • Newswire

    Automakers Seek Workable EU Emissions Limits  

    EU member countries will require that carbon-dioxide emissions from new cars be reduced from 127 g/km in 2013 to about 95 g/km by 2021, but the heads of Volkswagen and Fiat-Chrysler express concern about the financial burden of meeting even stricter limits....More
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    UPDATE 1-EU orders Germany to stop using banned car refrigerant  

    * EU threatens Germany with court action and fines * EU says Germany must stop using coolant R134a * Daimler says has not changed its stance on R134a usage (Adds Daimler comment) BRUSSELS, Sept 25 (Reuters) - The European Commission on Thursday ordered Germany to stop using a banned car refrigerant within two months or face court action and possible fines....More
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    REFILE-EU regulators seek to close car emissions testing loopholes  

    (Fixes dateline, typo in first bullet point) * Nitrogen oxides a bigger issue than CO2 * Vehicles would be tested on roads, not in laboratories * "Real-world" testing rules to be unveiled by year-end By Barbara Lewis BRUSSELS, Aug 21 (Reuters) - EU regulators are preparing draft legislation that will require vehicle fuel use to be tested on roads rather than in laboratories, looking to close loopholes that allow car makers to exaggerate fuel-saving and emissions credentials....More
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    China Halting Sales Tax on Eco-Friendly Cars  

    The government will stop collecting sales taxes on approved models of electric, hybrid and fuel-cell cars from Sept. 1 through the end of 2017 in a bit to reduce air pollution....More
  • Jun 27, 2014
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    The Disconnect With Electric Cars 22

    Automakers have spent billions of dollars, euros, and yen and won to produce EVs and FCVs, fervently hoping they’ll earn a return on that investment. So far they haven’t netted a nickel, and there’s nothing on the horizon to suggest they soon will....More
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