Vote on retail fuel temperature compensation delayed

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The National Conference on Weights and Measures unanimously decided to delay an official vote on retail fuel temperature compensation. The decision, made on Jan. 29, noted that there were too many unanswered questions to vote at the next annual conference.

The next formal voting on the issue will take place at the July 2009 meeting. NCWM is waiting on more information, including the results of a General Accounting Office and California Energy Commission study on the impact of automatic temperature compensation on consumers.