This is (potentially) no small change. Enterprise has 41,000 E85-ready vehicles for rent. But VeraSun is only available at about 90 stations in America. The companies are saying this move is meant to not only use fewer fossil fuels, but to also introduce E85 (ok, VE85) to more people. As William L. Honnef, VeraSun senior vice president of sales and marketing says in the release, "This is another step forward in our continuing pursuit to move E85 further into the mainstream and to support those retailers who are making the fuel available in their marketplace."
- VeraSun and GM bring D.C. its first E85 fueling location
- BioTown, USA getting an ethanol plant from VeraSun Energy
- VeraSun to produce biodiesel from ethanol co-product
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