Articles Tagged: Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE)

Potential Is Not Necessarily Practical

Productivity gains generally correspond to improvements in innovation and technology; efficiency on the other hand is related to producing a given level of output with less input. A quick scan of the summary material for the Alliance Commission on National Energy Efficiency Policy reveals the group doesn’t appear to make a clear distinction between efficiency and productivity, and in places it seems to use them interchangeably. For the purpose of this topic, those terms will be used in the more traditional way.

O’Keefe Discusses the Ineffectiveness of Technology Mandates

William O’Keefe, CEO of the George C. Marshall Institute, discusses the CAFE standard and the role of government in mandating technical progress.

O’Keefe Discusses the Impact of CAFE on Automobiles

William O’Keefe, CEO of the Marshall Institute, discusses the CAFE standard and its effect on automobiles.  

O’Keefe on How Automakers Deal with CAFE Standards

Institute CEO Bill O’Keefe discusses how automakers respond to U.S. fuel efficiency standards.

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