Romm, Joseph; Fox-Penner, Peter
April 2007
Blueprint;Apr2007, Vol. 2007 Issue 1, p24
The article emphasizes the need to promote plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) to reduce gasoline consumption in the U.S. According to the authors, PHEV save fuel because it use small internal combustion engines combined with electric motors. They urge lawmakers to create a policy agenda that addresses gasoline and energy consumption problems in the country. Their proposal include carbon control, reform of fuel economy standards and deal with technological hindrances.


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