Will automakers pull a repeat of 1970's technlogy leap? EPA thinks so
Oge said, "Not only were you [auto engineers] able to do it; you were able to meet emissions standards and regulations put forward for the past 30 years and do it better than the regulations required you to do, and do it earlier than what the regulations required you to do, and to do it in a very cost-effective way."
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