Woot! This is good news for all of us, from the NRDC’s report on Toxic Power:
The electric power sector is the largest industrial source of toxic air pollution in the United States 다운로드. Thanks to new standards by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), toxic pollution from power plants will decline dramatically over the next several years 다운로드. In fact, some companies have already begun reducing emissions in anticipation of the new standards.
Compared to 2010 levels, the EPA’s Mercury and Air Toxics standard (MATS) will cut:
- Mercury pollution from 34 tons to 7 tons, a 79 percent reduction 다운로드.
- Sulfur dioxide pollution from 5,140,000 tons in 2010 to 1,900,000 tons, a 63 percent reduction.
- Hydrochloric acid from 106,000 tons to 5,500 tons, a 95 percent reduction 다운로드.
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Honda has leapfrogged its competitors in mileage range and EPA ratings for the upcoming Honda Fit electric vehicle.
The all-electric version of the popular Fit subcompact will be able to travel 82 miles on a single charge, according to the Environmental Protection Agency 다운로드.
That’s better than the Ford Focus electric (76 miles), the Nissan Leaf (73 miles) and the Mitsubishi i-MiEV (62 miles).
The EPA rated the car at 118 mpg equivalent 다운로드. The Mitsubishi is 112, the Focus, 105 and the Leaf, 99.
via L.A 마이크로소프트 공식. Times – Money & Co
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