In an article in yesterday's Detroit Free Press, writer Justin Hyde expresses doubt that all the emphasis on flex-fuel and hybrid vehicles right now will have any real impact on overall energy use in the next two decades. A forecast of energy trends through 2030 by the U.S. Energy Information Administration projects that foreign energy dependence is likely to increase despite improved efficiency. The study projects that only 200 million gallons of ethanol will be sold as E85 out a total of 14.6
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