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RFA study examines plug-in hybrid flex fuel vehicles

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A recent study by the Renewable Fuels Association found plug-in electric hybrid flex fuel vehicles can substantially reduce harmful tailpipe emissions.

RFA’s Robert White tells Brownfield the vehicle has the capability to operate on ethanol blends up to 85% and it showed some advantages over fully electric cars.

“For the mere price of a conversion kit, we can take one of the cleanest cars sold in this country and make it even cleaner using our ethanol, which is reducing emissions, helping with our fuel supply, and no convenience loss.”

Last year, RFA purchased a 2022 Ford Escape plug-in hybrid electric vehicle and immediately converted it to a flex fuel vehicle capable of operating on gasoline and any blend of denatured ethanol up to 85 percent.

RFA study examines plug-in hybrid flex fuel vehicles

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