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EPN IN THE NEWS RELATED TO Vehicle GHG Standards

Electric Trucks Can Fight Inflation – and Petro-State Dictators Like Putin

May 31, 2022 / by

Margo Oge /

Forbes

Margo Oge, former Director, EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality, penned this op-ed about how significantly strengthening nitrogen oxide and greenhouse gas emissions standards for medium- and heavy-duty trucks would have enormous public health benefits and reduce our dependence on fossil fuels.

EPA Restores California’s Power to Set Tighter Car-Pollution Standards

March 9, 2022 / by

Katy Stech Ferek /

The Wall Street Journal

Jeff Alson, former Senior Engineer and Policy Advisor, EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality, was quoted in this article about EPA’s decision to rescind the Trump-era withdrawal of the Clean Air Act waiver for California, restoring the state’s ability to set stricter vehicle emissions standards than those set by the federal government.

EPA’s New Clean Car Standards: Good For the Environment, Consumers, And Auto Companies, Bad For Oil Companies

March 9, 2022 / by

Margo Oge /

Forbes

Margo Oge, former Director, EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality, wrote this op-ed discussing the steps countries and automakers have made towards a transition to zero-emission vehicles, which helps reduce the world’s reliance on fossil fuel.

EPA Could Restore States’ Authority to Regulate Tailpipe Emissions

February 21, 2022 / by

Nadia Ramlagan /

Public News Service

Jeff Alson, former Senior Engineer and Policy Advisor, EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality, was quoted and EPN was mentioned in this article about EPA’s expected reinstatement of a waiver that would allow states to set stricter vehicle emissions standards than those set by the federal government.

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