Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Interest Rises in Ethanol-Heavy E85

"EAGAN, Minn. (AP) - Like lots of motorists, Chuck Nye thought he had no choice but to grin and bear it as rising gas prices made filling up his minivan a painful experience.

But then he heard a radio ad promoting E85 - a blend of 85 percent ethanol and 15 percent gasoline - that sells for an average of about 45 cents per gallon less than regular unleaded. Inside his fuel door was a sticker saying Nye had a flexible fuel vehicle, which can burn the homegrown alternative.

Nye was sold.

"It's good gas," he said while fueling up at a Holiday station just off Interstate 35E in this Twin Cities suburb. "I haven't noticed any difference in gas mileage performance or engine performance as well.""

Vehicles Than Can Use E85

My Way
We should start buying all the grain Africa can produce, till they can grow no more...Kill two birds with one stone.


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