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Vehicles: Rhodium finds California GHG deal could ‘rival’ Obama rules

August 22, 2019
A new analysis of the greenhouse gas impacts of California’s voluntary deal with several automakers on vehicle emission rules finds that the pact would be at least a marginal improvement over the Trump administration’s proposal to freeze standards and might ultimately “rival” the GHG cuts of current, Obama-era rules. The study, released Aug. 21 by the Rhodium Group, finds that the current California deal with four major automakers -- Ford, Honda, BMW and Volkswagen -- could reduce GHGs by 184...

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