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Amid the Coronavirus Crisis in the U.S., the Trump Administration Moves Forward on Rolling Back Vehicle Fuel Economy Standards

Amid the Coronavirus Crisis in the U.S., the Trump Administration Moves Forward on Rolling Back Vehicle Fuel Economy Standards

While the United States along with the rest of the world battles the coronavirus pandemic, which has already resulted in over 3,000 deaths in the U.S. and the virtual shutdown of the economy, President Trump is moving forward with plans to roll back fuel economy standards for passenger vehicles.

Eric Walz2020-03-31 13:15 PT

Trump Administration Looks to Solidify Rollback of Fuel Economy Regulations

Trump Administration Looks to Solidify Rollback of Fuel Economy Regulations

The White House Office of Management and Budget received a final version of the Trump Administration’s plans to rollback strict fuel economy mandates set in place by the Obama administration.

Vineeth Joel Patel2020-01-17 12:00 PT

Fuel Economy Regulations Causing Discord Between Automakers, Lawmakers

Fuel Economy Regulations Causing Discord Between Automakers, Lawmakers

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has been sued by 23 states over the government agency’s effort to revoke California’s ability to set its own car emissions rules.

Vineeth Joel Patel2019-11-24 05:30 PT

9 Environmental Groups Sue the U.S. Dept of Transportation Over California Emission Ruling

9 Environmental Groups Sue the U.S. Dept of Transportation Over California Emission Ruling

​As the Trump administration is actively trying to prevent the state of California from setting its own automobile emission standards, the push back from automakers and environmental groups continues. Nine environmental groups sued the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) on Friday over its efforts to strip California of its strict emissions requirements.

FutureCar Staff 2019-09-27 17:00 PT

U.S. Launches Antitrust Probe into California Automaker Emissions Agreement

U.S. Launches Antitrust Probe into California Automaker Emissions Agreement

The U.S. Justice Department is investigating whether the decision of four automakers in July to reach a voluntary agreement with California to adopt state emissions standards violated antitrust law, people briefed on the matter said on Friday.

FutureCar Staff 2019-09-06 09:00 PT

Head of the NHTSA to Resign Amid the Trump Administration’s Push to Rollback Fuel Economy Standards

Head of the NHTSA to Resign Amid the Trump Administration’s Push to Rollback Fuel Economy Standards

​The acting administrator of the National highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) Heidi King will resign from her role on Aug 31, as the Trump administration looks to rollback fuel economy standards in the U.S.

Eric Walz2019-08-12 15:55 PT

12 U.S. States Band Together to Challenge Trump Administration’s Fuel Economy Penalty Freeze

12 U.S. States Band Together to Challenge Trump Administration’s Fuel Economy Penalty Freeze

A group of 12 states led by California and New York on Friday challenged the Trump administration’s decision to suspend a 2016 Obama administration regulation that more than doubled penalties for automakers that fail to meet fuel efficiency requirements.

FutureCar Staff 2019-08-02 17:40 PT

General Motors is Pushing for National Zero Emissions Program

General Motors is Pushing for National Zero Emissions Program

General Motors is pushing for a National Zero Emissions Program (NZEV) to be adopted across all 50 states starting in 2021. On Friday, GM plans to file its proposed plan to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency.

Eric Walz2018-10-26 11:51 PT

Trump Administration Seeks to Revoke California's Ability to Set its Own Fuel Economy Standards

Trump Administration Seeks to Revoke California's Ability to Set its Own Fuel Economy Standards

The Trump administration is looking to revoke California’s ability to set its own fuel efficiency standards and reverse planned hikes in fuel efficiency standards adopted by the former Obama administration.

Eric Walz2018-07-23 16:47 PT

California to Spend $768M on Electric Vehicle Infrastructure

California to Spend $768M on Electric Vehicle Infrastructure

In a push to support the adoption of to electric vehicles in California, the state’s utilities will invest nearly $768 million to expand a network of electric vehicle charging stations and build other infrastructure as California looks to have 5 million zero-emission vehicles on the roads by 2030.

Eric Walz2018-06-01 11:12 PT