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AddLandfill gas to power 40% of GM's Orion Assembly Plant

When production of the 2012 Chevrolet Sonic and Buick Verano kicks off this fall, 40 percent of the energy that powers General Motors' Orion Assembly Plant will come from methane captured from a nearby landfill site. This use of the landfill gas will reduce GM's energy costs by $1.1 million a year and cut the amount of greenhouse gases, sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides released into the atmosphere.

AddNew Chevrolet Aveo begins production... in Korea

Chevrolet Aveo – Click above for high-res image galery

AddGM invests $145M at Orion plant to build Buick Verano, Chevy Aveo

Buick Excelle GT (Verano) – Click above for high-res image gallery

AddGM confirms $145M investment in Orion, ponders new name for Chevy Aveo?

Chevy Aveo show car – Click above to enlarge

AddReport: Buick to build new compact crossover in Michigan

If your head's still spinning from General Motors' decision to pull the Orlando from its domestic offerings, you might want to sit down. According to a report on M Live, things are about to get a little more bizarre. The site names an unnamed source as saying GM will begin building a new small Buick crossover at its Orion assembly plant sometime soon. The company has made it clear that it is interested in Buick snagging younger buyers, and a CUV would be a smart way to do just that.

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