(Repeats story originally published on Oct. 28) * Few alternative energy options in outdoor machines * Equipment makers, buyers committed to traditional engines * Concerns over battery power, costs keeps focus on oil By John D. Stoll LOUISVILLE, Ky, Oct 30 (Reuters) - In America's quest for cleaner fuel, at least one major U.S. industry is holding on to the sputter and grime of the internal combustion engine. From log splitters to snow blowers, the $15 ...
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