Higher Fuel Economy Standards Could Be A Plus For The State

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The director of energy initiatives at the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology in East Hartford has an interesting take on why higher fuel economy standards pushed by the EPA could be good news for the state in a column in the Hartford Business Journal.

Joel M. Rinebold says companies like Companies such as UTC Power, Proton OnSite, FuelCell Energy and Precision Combustion are well established in the area and can provide research, design and manufacturing for alternative fuel engines.

How likely would you be to use an alternative fuel vehicle?


Los Angeles Times photo by Dan Neil

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