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SPASH grad helping develop greener wheels

7:25 PM, Apr. 4, 2013
Stevens Point Area Senior High graduate Emily Keats, 26, of Fort Collins, Colo., poses with the the Eco Car at Colorado State University.
Stevens Point Area Senior High graduate Emily Keats, 26, of Fort Collins, Colo., poses with the the Eco Car at Colorado State University.
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A Stevens Point Area Senior High graduate is working on a project that could lead to the next revolution in green auto technology.

Emily Keats, 26, of Fort Collins, Colo., is one of several Colorado State University students working on Eco Car 2, a project in which engineering students are trying to wring as many mpgs as they can out of fuel while reducing harmful emissions.

General Motors is sending 2013 Chevy Malibus to 15 universities participating in Eco Car. Students are charged with reducing the environmental impact of the car without compromising its safety. ...

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