Ford, VW pressured by green groups to defend CAFE standardsOct. 25
Industry should speak up against PruittOct. 16
Automakers, citing costs, consumer demand, say mpg standards unrealisticOct. 6
Automotive trade groups told federal regulators they should revise light-vehicle fuel efficiency mandates approved in the final weeks of the Obama administration because the costs would be onerous and the standards do not reflect how cheap gas prices are affecting consumer demand.
54.5 mpg deserves a fair reviewOct. 9
States sue Trump administration over delayed fuel-economy finesSept. 11
Environmental groups sue U.S. over delayed fines for gas guzzlersSept. 7
Three environmental groups filed suit against the federal government Thursday for delaying the rollout of higher “gas-guzzler” penalties for automakers that produce new vehicles that fail to meet minimum fuel-economy standards.
Freeze fuel standards due to low gas prices? Makes no senseSept. 11
White House, states set for showdown over mpg rulesSept. 6
CAFE standards review faces public hearingSept. 5
The EPA on Wednesday will hold its first and only public hearing in its review of the Obama-era fuel-economy standards for model years 2021-25, which are getting a second look at the behest of automakers.