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  • noun Plural form of feebate.


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  • Introduce "feebates" (fee + rebate) for light vehicles.

    How to Kick Our Oil Addiction Despite Plunging Oil Prices 2008

  • Earlier this month, ConocoPhillips Chief Executive James Mulva called in a speech for the U.S. to consider imposing "feebates" to prod consumers to buy thriftier vehicles.

    Handicapping the Environmental Gold Rush 2007

  • Plenty is there, including 67 recommended actions that range from zoning changes to alternative energy to "feebates" for high-mileage cars, plus a blueprint for putting them into action, and even a relatively upbeat tone considering the vast scope of the issue. local, state, business and sports news 2009

  • He also advocates "feebates" a combination of fees and rebates to help get the greenest cars out onto the roads.

    TreeHugger 2009

  • But that shortcoming can easily be remedied by pairing feebates with higher gas taxes.

    David Roberts: Like Cash for Clunkers? You'll Love Feebates! 2009

  • A much, much better idea is an oldie but goodie: feebates.

    David Roberts: Like Cash for Clunkers? You'll Love Feebates! 2009

  • Create “feebates,” or consumer and manufacturer incentives for efficient vehicles, and cash incentives (or vouchers) for retiring old vehicles.

    Sounds Like a Plan 2009

  • To make this politically acceptable, the additional revenues collected by the government associated with the carbon policy would need to be offset through lower income taxes, augmented perhaps by feebates.

    Richard Stuebi: An Apollo Program for Alternative Energy Is Not the Answer 2008

  • Our hero may also express his ecosexuality by using only cleantech-technology that itself is environmentally friendly or that helps reduce environmental problems-as well as by supporting pay-as-you-throw (PAYT) programs (which charge a fee based on how much garbage a household or business generates) and feebates (government programs designed to reduce energy use and pollution by levying fees on fuel-inefficient vehicles and offering rebates on fuel-efficient vehicles).

    IEEE Spectrum 2010

  • Combined, such feebates would make electric cars even more attractive.

    Grist - the Latest from Grist 2009


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