Congressman Mike Quigley, Pew Environment Group, Argonne Researches to Discuss Benefits of Newly Enacted Fuel Efficiency Standards
This week the Obama Administration announced new standards that will increase fuel economy to 54.5 mpg for cars and light-duty trucks by 2025. When combined with previous standards set by the Administration, this move will nearly double the fuel efficiency for new vehicles.
Nationally, the new standards will save consumers more than $1.7 trillion at the gas pump and reduce oil consumption by 12 billion barrels. And in Illinois, it could mean up to 21,000 new jobs by 2030 and nearly $3,000 in fuel savings.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) August 29, 2012
Press conference to discuss the economic and environmental benefits of newly announced fuel efficiency standards for cars and trucks
Thursday, August 30
Grossinger City Autoplex, 1530 N. Dayton, Chicago, IL 60642
Congressman Mike Quigley
Mike Duoba, Principle Investigator, Advanced Powertrain Research Facility, Argonne National Laboratory
State Representative Ann Williams
Brian Weinberg, General Manager, Grossinger City Autoplex
Jeff Riley, Pew Environment Group, Illinois