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EPA Finalizes Some 2012 Renewable Fuel Standards

WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Dec. 27 finalized the 2012 percentage standards for four fuel categories that are part of the agency’s Renewable Fuel Standard program (RFS2).

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Improving your fleet’s fuel economy is a sure-fire way to reduce fuel costs, vehicle emissions and petroleum use. To get started, visit FuelEconomy.gov, the official U.S. government source for fuel economy information.

Icom Earns More EPA Certifications for Ford Bi-Fuel Propane Engines

NEW HUDSON, MI – Icom North America, which makes liquid injection propane systems for vehicles, has earned eight additional U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) certifications for Ford vehicle bi-fuel propane engines. The certifications pertain to the company's patented JTG II Propane Liquid Injection bi-fuel systems for model-year 2009-2012 Ford light-duty trucks equipped with 5.4- and 4.6-liter engines.

Mitsubishi i, Nissan Leaf Top DOE List of Most Fuel-Efficient 2012 Vehicles

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Department of Energy (DOE) have released the 2012 Fuel Economy Guide along with the Top 10 EPA-Rated Fuel Sippers list. The all-electric Mitsubishi i and Nissan Leaf top the Top 10 fuel sippers list, which includes electric vehicles and hybrid electric vehicles.

Obama Administration Publishes Proposed Fuel Economy Standards

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Department of Transportation (DOT) on Nov. 16 formally unveiled their joint proposal to set stronger fuel economy and greenhouse gas pollution standards for model-year 2017-2025 passenger cars and light trucks.

EPA Awards $50 Million for Clean Diesel Projects

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded $50 million for clean diesel projects. These efforts will replace, retrofit or repower more than 8,000 older school buses, trucks, locomotives, vessels and other diesel-powered machines, the EPA said.