WATCHING WASHINGTON CONVERTING TO ALTERNATIVES

With Patrick Crow One of the stronger proposals in the Bush administration's National Energy Strategy would require fleet operators in most urban areas to convert to alternative fuel vehicles. The program would apply to fleets of 10 vehicles or more in 22 urban areas with major air pollution problems and to fleets of 20 or more vehicles in about 130 other cities with more than 250,000 population.

Mar 25th, 1991
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