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Bailouts, ever-increasing CAFE standards, dropping sales. It's not an easy time to be in the auto industry these days, but someone's got to speak up for the automakers. That person is Charlie Territo, communications director for the Auto Allliance, who we last spoke with at the New York Auto Show. Territo hosted a conference call today with a few of us blogging types and talked about all of the above topics and a few more. Did you know, for example, that the million fewer cars sold in the last
There is a seemingly endless amount of media sources taking a look as ethanol or biodiesel or the future "hydrogen economy". Yesterday, NPR's Diane Rehm dedicated the first hour of her show to all three of these fuels, plus more. Her guests included three guests, identified on the show's website as: