, the company developing an ethanol-diesel fuel alternative, has joined the Flagship Energy Systems Center (FESC) in Anderson, Indiana. The FESC is a project launched by the Flagship Enterprise
Center to "promote the development of companies in the area of alternative energy, including hybrid vehicles
and lithium batteries". The Center is a university/city partnership of Anderson U and the city of Anderson and tries to incubate small businesses working on these green car technologies
. O2Diesel is no stranger to government help, having recently received money from both the Department of Energy ($1 million) and the Department of Defense ($800,000) for this ethanol-diesel fuel.
[Source: Flagship Enterprise Center]