New CAFE Standards Could Save US Consumers $68Bil

Sixty-eight BILLION US-American dollars. That’s approximately equal to a metric s***ton of money (even in 100s and 50s), and it’s the amount of 2012 dollars that American consumers could save on gas each year if Barack Obama’s 2030 fuel standards get implemented, according to the NRDC.

That savings, by the way, would mean reduced transportation and shipping costs for food, medicine, education, and more – and (hopefully!) fewer profits for the evil swine at BP.

Check out the original article, from our sister site Cleantechnica, below.

Drivers To Save $68 Billion by 2030 Under Obama’s 54.5 MPG Standard, NRDC Report Finds (via Clean Technica)

  NRDC Report: Drivers To Save $68 Billion by 2030 Under 54.5 MPG Standard NRDC Ranks Top 20 States for Most Consumer Benefits: TX, CA, FL, NY, NC, GA, VA, PA, TN, AZ, IL, OH, WA, MD, MI, NJ, AL, KY, MO, MN Drivers will save $68 billion in fuel costs when the Obama administration’s 54.5 miles-per…

Source: NRDC, via Cleantechnica.

Jo Borrás

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