EPA allows E15 in the U.S. for some vehicles, though fundamental issues remain

This week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) granted approval to 15% ethanol (E15) blends into the U.S. market for light-duty vehicles 2001 and newer. On paper, this seems like a doubling of the existing U.S. ethanol market, which is capped by a 10% limit. However, there are two key con...

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