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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

Schools, as we mentioned recently, are under pressure to reduce the amount of diesel emissions from idling school buses. In what will hopefully be the first of many such deliveries, schools in twelve states will soon get buses powered by a diesel-electric hybrid system with plug-in capability. The State, based in South Carolina, reports that SC will get two of the 19 buses next spring. The buses are being built by IC Corp. and Enova Systems and are not cheap, costing about $200,000 per bus. This

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