DETROIT – Ethanol production for blended gasoline will increase to market saturation levels within 18 months, setting the stage for wider availability of E85, says a U.S. ethanol industry trade association. But until there is a breakthrough in the process to make ethanol from non-food sources, such as switchgrass, supply of the lesser-priced fuel alternative will lag potential demand, says Bob Dinneen, president of the Washington-based Renewable Fuels Assn. Currently, most ethanol is ...
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