How to use the EPA’s “green” standards to build a renewable energy future

EPA has been forced to apologize to customers who were misled about the use of a green energy standard that required electric vehicles to meet certain energy efficiency standards.

The Green Clean Energy Standard was designed to make electric vehicles more efficient, and to make the cars more competitive with other energy sources.

But a lot of people have been mislead about what that means, because the Green Clean Power Plan is a regulation, not a standard.

In a statement on Wednesday, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy apologized for “misleading consumers and businesses about the Green Power Plan.”

The statement said the agency is working to clarify the Green Climate Fund standard.

McCarthy did not say how many people were misled.

The agency said the mistake “was not intentional.”