US: GM receives US$7.7m engine grant

General Motors has announced that the US Department of Energy (DOE) is awarding it a US$7.7m grant to accelerate development of four technologies to improve the fuel economy of light-duty vehicles by at least 25%, while meeting strict future emissions standards. The GM project integrates technologies such as lean combustion, stop-start, It’s time to log … Continued

General Motors has announced that the US Department of Energy (DOE) is awarding it a US$7.7m grant to accelerate development of four technologies to improve the fuel economy of light-duty vehicles by at least 25%, while meeting strict future emissions standards.

The GM project integrates technologies such as lean combustion, stop-start,

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