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    Saturday, January 27, 2007

    TERMINATING EMISSIONS

    Schwarzenneger signs Calif. carbon emissions cut
    January 18, 2007 (Reuters via Yahoo News)
    - California Gov. Arnold Schwarenegger signed an executive order on Thursday to reduce carbon emissions from transportation fuels, a move intended to widen the development and use of alternative vehicle fuels in the nation's biggest state. The order, the first of its kind in the United States, sets a standard to cut carbon levels in vehicle fuels by at least 10 percent by 2020…

    - Schwarzenegger said new alternative fuels such as ethanol blends, compressed natural gas and hydrogen will help to stabilize prices at the pump and ease dependence on foreign oil.
    - The Republican governor was surrounded by some new alternative-fueled taxicabs, SUVs and other vehicles, state lawmakers, and representatives from environmental groups, fleet vehicle owners, and alternative fuel producers…
    - Rick Zalesky, Chevron's vice president for biofuels, said Chevron "pledges its full commitment and support" to help California meet the program goals.

    - The company has alternative fuel programs under way, including three fueling stations for hydrogen-powered cars and research and development projects with the University of California…
    - California's Air Resources Board will put the new fuel regulations into effect no later than December 2008…working with the state's Environmental Protection Agency and the California Energy Commission to work out the details…

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