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Global Automakers' members strongly support and are aggressively pursuing innovative ways to reduce CO2 emissions to protect the environment and lessen the nation’s reliance on fossil fuels. Our members are creating alternatives to petroleum by investing in advanced technology vehicles powered by hydrogen fuel cells, clean diesel, electricity, sustainable biofuels, and natural gas. Our members account for 82 percent of the U.S. hybrid market and offer the only hydrogen fuel-cell and natural gas-powered vehicles available to consumers in America. This year, one of the Association’s members is bringing the first zero-emission mass-market vehicle to American consumers.

Global Automakers advance our member companies’ environmental goals by working with lawmakers to provide manufacturers the lead-time to design and build the type of advanced technology vehicles needed while continuing to provide consumers with a full range of vehicle choices.

Issues in Action

Dec
07
2016
Dec
07
2016

The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) decision to rush forward with its Mid-term Evaluation by issuing a Proposed Determination on MY 2022-2025 greenhouse gas (GHG) emission standards undermines the important process the regulators and automakers agreed to in 2012 for establishing one harmonized national program for regulating GHG and fuel economy.

Nov
30
2016

Statement by John Bozzella, President and CEO, Global Automakers

Nov
18
2016

Washington, DC, November, 18 2016 – The Association of Global Automakers (Global Automakers) applauds Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy’s announcement of an additional $2.7 million for the Connecticut Hydrogen and Electric Automobile Purchase Rebate (CHEAPR) program.  

Sep
26
2016
By John Bozzella, President and CEO

Today we submitted our initial analysis of a Draft Technical Assessment Report written by federal and California government agencies who will regulate light-duty vehicle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and fuel economy standards for model years 2022-2025. This is the beginning of a critical reality check to see if this program is feasible.

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