Finnish researchers say there is no significant difference in vehicle fuel consumption between E10 (10% ethanol) and E5 gasoline. The VTT Technical Research Center of Finland, located at the Helsinki University of Technology in Otaniemi, says its findings are based on a study using six used cars of different makes under laboratory conditions. The researchers say there have been public claims that fuel consumption is significantly higher with 95 E10 gasoline (95 octane gas containing a ...

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