U.S. should speed up energy efficiency plans - IEA


By Chris Baltimore WASHINGTON, Feb 15 (Reuters) - The U.S. government needs to move more quickly on plans to boost automobile fuel efficiency standards, improve efficiency of power plants and take hard action on heat-trapping greenhouse gases, the International Energy Agency said on Friday. The IEA, energy advisor to 27 industrialized countries, applauded the U.S. Congress for passing a law in December that boosts the fuel efficiency for cars and trucks for the first time since 1975. ...

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