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.
Regulatory uncertainty puts lower emissions at risk, Bozzella saysAug. 2
EPA review seeks array of dataAug. 1
Carmakers say Trump should want deal to boost U.S. fuel economyAug. 1
AutoNews Now: GM's inventory slim-down planJuly 25
Consumer group raises alarm about rollback of mpg targetsJuly 24
U.S. to revisit penalties for fuel-economy shortfallsJuly 7
The Trump administration is considering easing steeper fines proposed by Obama-era regulators for automakers that don't meet tougher fuel economy standards, a move that would give a break largely to luxury brands like Jaguar, BMW and Porsche that have paid the highest penalties in the past.
Senate bill aims to align NHTSA, EPA emissions programsMay 26
A half dozen US senators sponsored legislation to address technical discrepancies between separate federal programs that automakers say make it difficult to comply with carbon and fuel efficiency mandates.