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Remember O2Diesel, the company that is blending ethanol with diesel to make a cleaner-burning, less-polluting fuel? It's just taken another forward in getting its product into the market. O2Diesel said yesterday that all the school buses in the South Dakota Lead-Deadwood school district will move to O2Diesel. The switch is part of a national air quality initiative called CityHome. CityHome uses corporate sponsor dollars to pay to move municipal and school bus systems to use O2Diesel at no additi

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. O2

O2Diesel is a Delaware-based company that's trying a new approach with diesel fuel. One of the drawbacks of diesel fuel is that it tends to solidify at a considerably higher temperature than gasoline. In most northern regions they blend No. 1 and No. 2 diesel during winter months to make the fuel flow better at cold temperatures. Biodiesel gels up at an even higher temperature than petroleum diesel. O2Diesel is a trying a different approach by blending ethanol with B20 biodiesel.

Diesel fuel gets its own "tag" here on AutoblogGreen because it can be a quite clean-burning fuel (as for tags, just look to the right of these entries and you'll see a list of topics, like diesel or hydrogen, click on one of them to call up all posts that relate to that topic. Neat, huh? OK, back to the post). But diesel is not perfect, and lots of groups are developing ways to make diesel live up to its low-emission promise. One such group is O2Diesel Corporation, which has developed an ethano

Earlier this month, a company called O2Diesel Corporation announced it was developing a new type of renewable fuel for the Pentagon. The article, from The Auto Channel, describe this new fuel as a “cleaner burning alternative diesel fuel” and says it will be made up of 20 percent renewable resources (apparently it will be 7.7vol% fuel grade ethanol) and will conveniently include the company’s proprietary solubilizing additive O2D05. The Department of Defense, which is the large