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Kettering University unveils Flint's first biomethane-powered truck

Researchers at Kettering University, along with officials from Swedish Biogas International and Flint, MI Mayor Dayne Walling have unveiled Flint's first biomethane-powered truck. Students and faculty members at Kettering set out on the ambitious project of converting a Chevrolet Silverado

Tokyo stations selling bio-ETBE shipped from France

For the last two months, 50 fueling stations in the Toyko area have been marketing bio-gasoline, which is gasoline with some bio-ethyl tertiary butyl ether (bio-ETBE) blended in. Cost to the consumer and how the fuel can be used are the same as with standard gasoline, and the environmental upshot is a reduction of carbon dioxide emissions of three percent in vehicles that use bio-gasoline.