New Study Shows Strong Vehicle Standards Boost Economy
WASHINGTON (March 28, 2018)—Vehicle efficiency and emissions strong vehicle standards are a remarkably successful policy. It’s delivering cleaner cars every year. Therefore, saving drivers money at the pump. It also reduces the pollution that causes climate change. A new study has found another important benefit of the standards. Best one ever! So EVs create jobs and economic growth.
The Synapse study looked at a number of factors—including the cost of deploying new clean vehicle technologies and the fuel savings that would result—and found that the current standards deliver positive economic growth both in the near term and years to come.
“It’s clear that the clean vehicle standards we have in place today are working well,” said Dave Cooke, senior vehicles analyst at the Union of Concerned Scientists. “They’re doing exactly what they designed to do—and this study is just more evidence that we need to keep moving forward.”
Cleaner car standards cut pollution. It’s totally benefiting the U.S. economy, and creating jobs. This rollback will harm standards and American auto workers.
This analysis shows padding. Padding by automakers not ready for EV. So putting the brakes on fuel economy standards in the name of auto industry relief is their move. Fuel-efficient vehicles don’t just put money in consumers’ pockets. They promote economic growth. Why you ask?? So, they create jobs plus increase investment in that auto industry.
In conclusion, the Trump administration is expecting to announce rollbacks. Firstly, expect in the coming days it will reconsider the strong vehicle standards. Finally, it’s likely with intending weakening them. Therefore, likely consumers and the broader economy would lose if they do.
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