The fifth and last entry, Complying with the CAFE Standards: Will It Be More Difficult than Predicted?, has just posted in the five-part blog series hosted by Resources for the Future (RFF) that explores key considerations about the upcoming fuel economy rules for cars sold in the United States.
The author of today’s entry is K.G. Duleep, president of H-D Systems. Authors of other posts in the series include RFF Senior Fellows Virginia McConnell and Joshua Linn and Fellow Benjamin Leard.
Read the entire series here:
- Evidence for the New CAFE Standards.
- How Do Gas Prices Affect New Vehicle Sales?
- Read the related discussion paper: Fuel Prices, New Vehicle Fuel Economy, and Implications for Attribute-Based Standards
- Emerging Evidence on the CAFE Credit Trading Program.
- How Much Do Consumers Really Value Fuel Economy.
- Complying with the CAFE Standards: Will It Be More Difficult than Predicted?
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