O2Diesel, 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.

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[Source: Flagship Enterprise Center]

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