After long deliberation, the U.S, Environmental Protection Agency has decided to allow a 15% ethanol mix with gasoline for ’07 model-year and newer light vehicles, although one senator complains limiting use could complicate the vehicle-fuel-supply chain. The EPA says its decision represents the first of a number of actions needed from federal, state and industry towards the commercialization of E15 gasoline blends. EPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson says she made the decision after a ...

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