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Featured Content: Cost of Oregonians' transportation fuels nearly doubles since 2000

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Cost of Oregonians' transportation fuels nearly doubles since 2000

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The average household in Oregon now spends about 6.64 percent of its annual income on transportation fuel. That's a dramatic increase from 2000, when households spent just 3.61 percent on fuel. Those statistics highlighted a recent presentation by Rick Wallace at the second Green Transportation Conference on October 24 in Portland. The Oregon Department of Energy's Wallace is also the co-coordinator of the Columbia-Willamette Clean Cities Coalition. To view his PowerPoint presentation, please go here.

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Created at 11/8/2012 10:10 AM by Cliff Voliva
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