WASHINGTON — Ethanol and farm groups praised a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency decision on Feb. 17 to approve a higher level ethanol blend known as E15, but the Environmental Working Group announced a campaign to discourage consumers from using it, and an Agriculture Department economist said he did not think it will win acceptance soon.
WASHINGTON – According to press reports , the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is announcing today that it will delay a decision on the use of E15 in cars and pickup trucks built from 2001 to 2006 by up to a month.
Ethanol already has proven itself as a major player in our country’s effort to become energy independent and as an engine for economic development, especially in rural America. Much more, however, can be expected if action is taken to offer a wider variety of ethanol-blended fuels.
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