Ohio drops DOT alternative fuel mandate in new budget

April 8, 2015 |

In Ohio, the state’s department of transport vehicles are no longer required to use alternative fuels after the new budget signed last week made the change. The policy was put in place in 2006 but filling stations remain limited around the state, with just 125 offering E85 and only 7 offering biodiesel. Now that gas prices have fallen, using gas rather than biofuels is cheaper for the state.

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