• May 4, 2006
Ray Holan of AutoblogGreen took a field trip to a new gas station in Oberlin, OH where the fuel pump of the future is about to be installed. Full Circle Fuels, which you might remember as the service station that performed an SVO conversion on a 2002 VW Jetta we reviewed, is working on a clever new fuel pump that will be able to dispense E85 as well as any biodiesel blend a driver desires, including B2, B5, B10, B20 or whatever ratio is required.

The article goes further into the background of the station’s proprieters than we were able to in our review of the SVO Jetta and really shows what the green gas station of the future might look like.

[Source: AutoblogGreen]


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      • 8 Years Ago
      I have been driving with added Acetone since March 2, and I am excited by alternative fuels that might be better than gas. I wonder if E-85 burns hotter or colder than gasoline?

      I also wonder what needs to be done to my aging auto to burn E-85. Is it something that can be retrofitted to old favorite cars? Thanks.
      • 8 Years Ago
      This looks like a very good idea. Does anyone know how many operations there are like this across the U.S.?