CHICAGO – General Motors Corp. joins ethanol producers and distributors in Indiana to link together a chain of filling stations with E85 pumps stretching along the Interstate-65 corridor from Lake Michigan to the Gulf of Mexico. “You can drive from Gary, IN, to Mobile, AL, and never be more than a quarter of a tank of fuel away from an E85 pump,” says Candace Wheeler, GM Technical Fellow-Global Energy Systems Center. “We really need to replicate this across the U.S.” GM considers ...
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