National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition may have difficulty funding E85 fueling infrastructure.
NEVC says that it is negotiating with DOE officials in an attempt to receive an additional $800,000 to continue to provide E85 technical support, and is urging support for the bills that would provide more support for infrastructure build-out.
Funds available for spending by NEVC in 2007 are approximately half of the amount available in 2006. As a result, it is unlikely NEVC will be able to provide grants to assist with building new E85 stations.
(EIN STAFF: 2/19)
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|Title Annotation:||Industry Report|
|Publication:||Alternative Transportation Fuels Today|
|Date:||Feb 19, 2007|
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