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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

Mar
27
2009

ARLINGTON, VA — The Association of International Automobile Manufacturers, Inc. (AIAM) today released the following statement regarding the new Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards for MY (model year) 2011 passenger cars and light trucks released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The following statement can be attributed to Michael J. Stanton, President and CEO of AIAM.

Mar
03
2009

ARLINGTON, VA.,  Michael J. Stanton of the Association of International Automobile Manufacturers (AIAM) testified at a public hearing today on EPA’s reconsideration of whether to grant California a waiver to regulate greenhouse emissions from automobiles and light trucks. Below are excerpts from Mr. Stanton’s testimony.

Feb
05
2009

Joint letter to the Senate regarding an increase in the ethanol blending cap in the Senate version of the stimulus package (H.R. 1).

Feb
01
2009

ARLINGTON, Va.,- The Association of International Automobile Manufacturers, Inc. (AIAM) supports the decision announced this morning by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to further study the potential effects of “mid-level” fuels (higher than E-10) on gasoline internal combustion engines.

Jan
26
2009

The Association of International Automobile Manufacturers released the following statement in response to today’s announcement that the Obama Administration will instruct the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to reconsider whether to grant California a waiver to regulate automobile tailpipe emissions. The statement can be attributed to Michael J. Stanton, President of the Association of International Automobile Manufacturers, Inc. (AIAM):

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