The Renewable Fuels Assn. says General Motors, Ford and Chrysler are keeping their promises to produce 50% of their new vehicles as flexible-fuel vehicles by 2012. RFA President and CEO Bob Dinneen says ethanol-ready vehicles are essential if the U.S. is to increase its use of domestically produced ethanol and reduce reliance on imported oil. “To see this industry continue to grow and evolve, including the commercialization of new ethanol technologies, we must continue to invest in ...

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