E85

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E85

 (ē′ā′tē-fīv′)
n.
A blend of fuel that is 85 percent ethanol and 15 percent gasoline or other petroleum-based fuel.

[From e(thanol).]
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You werent specific as to why you dont use E-85 in your Flex Fuel vehicle.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Gasoline & E-85
E-85 & E15, the future of the gas industry, installed & already pumping w/brand new upgraded pumps & signage.
A relatively modest number of gallons sold, along with a lack of activity at the pumps, suggest that E-85 fuel has been slow to catch on with customers since the fuel became available at three service stations on the Massachusetts Turnpike five months ago.
With it Byrnes want's to show just how earth friendly he can be, using a bio-diesel fueled heater, pumps full of E-85 and.
The city fleet uses an array of alternative fuels and also has 160 dedicated compressed natural gas, 506 bi-fuel compressed natural gas, 290 E-85 ethanol and three hybrid vehicles.
Go Green Biofuels on Chester Street in Little Rock is gearing up to offer E-85 fuel on Wednesday.
In its final concept form the E-85 FlexFuel Hummer HX embodies the off-road spirit of Hummer in a fully customisable package.
Sales of E-85 capable vehicles were up almost two percent from 266,859 from the first quarter of 2007 to 272,109, while sales of hybrid vehicles showed a significant increase, up about 48 percent from 74,056 to 109,716.
Linder has been involved in promoting ethanol and E-85 for 25 years, ever since the network sent out on-farm ethanol still plans.
The symposium lineup included local and national speakers who explored topics ranging from biodiesel use for agriculture, "green power," and USDA incentives for use of E-85 and biodiesel.
Require that roughly 25% of our nation's fueling stations offer E-85 throughout the country within the next 10 years;