AUBURN HILLS, MI – Before his discussion on the importance of ethanol fuel, Chrysler Group’s Chief Operating Officer Eric Ridenour loads up a plate of smoked barbequed soy steaks and corn tamales during a recent “edible fuels” luncheon here. The menu underscores the importance of alternative fuels, such as E85 – a mix of 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline. Ethanol primarily is derived from corn in the U.S. and sugarcane in Brazil, although other biomass can be used. The event also serves as a ...

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