STUDY WARNS AGAINST PREMATURE ORDER FOR ALTERNATIVE MOTOR FUEL

A Charles River Associates study is warning the U.S. government not to require the use of alternative transportation fuels prematurely. The paper said requiring the use of specific alternative fuels creates a high likelihood that investment will go into the wrong fuels at the wrong time. "For example," it said, "if we felt that electric vehicles would become viable solutions in 15 years we would not want to face the costs of a broad transition to methanol over the next 10 years and then face

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