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5 Automakers File to Defend California's Emission Standards
EPA Awards Grant for Lower-Emission Diesel Fleet for Tribal Nation
Ford F-150 Lightning Completes EPA Testing
Premier Performance Fined $3M for Selling ‘Defeat’ Devices
U.S. DOT and EPA Lower Gas Mileage Targets

U.S. DOT and EPA Lower Gas Mileage Targets

NHTSA and the EPA will increase the stringency of corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) and CO2 emissions standards by 1.5% each year through model-year 2026, as compared with previous standards that would have required about 5% annual increases.

April 2, 2020

EPA Offers $44M in Clean Diesel Grants

EPA Offers $44M in Clean Diesel Grants

The EPA is soliciting applications for its Diesel Emissions Reductions Act (DERA) grant program, particularly from fleets operating in areas with poor air quality.

January 10, 2020

California Will Stop Purchasing Vehicles From FCA, GM, Toyota
Bio-based Diesel Fuels Made Greatest Impact on Emissions Reduction
EPA Certifies Landi Renzo's CNG Ford Models

EPA Certifies Landi Renzo's CNG Ford Models

Landi Renzo USA has secured certifications from the Environmental Protection Agency and the California Air Resources Board for several Ford F-Series and E-Series models that run on compressed natural gas.

January 7, 2019

EPA Speeds Up Removal of Takata Air-Bag Inflators

EPA Speeds Up Removal of Takata Air-Bag Inflators

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has implemented an interim rule to facilitate the removal of defective Takata airbag inflators from vehicles and prevent those in scrap vehicles from being reused.

November 30, 2018

EPA Aims to Cut NOx Emissions from Heavy-Duty Trucks

EPA Aims to Cut NOx Emissions from Heavy-Duty Trucks

Seemingly acting out of character, the Environmental Protection Agency on Nov. 13 announced it will launch a rulemaking to further cut the emission of nitrogen oxide from diesel-powered heavy-duty trucks.

November 13, 2018

Derive Reaches Emissions Settlement with Feds

Derive Systems has agreed to a $300,000 civil penalty and estimates that it will spend about $6.25 million to address a federal complaint that it sold engine control devices designed to override the emissions control systems of vehicles in violation of the Clean Air Act.

September 26, 2018

White House Proposes Weaker Emissions Goals, Opposes States Setting Own Rules
Trump Administration Announces Plan to Roll Back California Emissions Standards
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