Navy opens three E85 stations at Pearl Harbor

April 3, 2012 |

In Hawaii, the Navy has opened the first of three planned E85 fueling stations at Pearl Harbor as part of Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus’ push to reduce petroleum consumption by 50% by 2015. The base has more than 1,000 flex-fuel vehicles.

The Marines opened an E85 pump on their base at Kaneohe in 2010. Both stations are for government use only and are not open to the public.

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