Paraguay goes all in for flex-fuel with new law to promote fuel use and access

June 11, 2015 |

In Paraguay, the Senate has approved amendments proposed by the lower house of Congress for the ethanol law, leaving the president to sign or veto the bill before it comes into law. The new law is meant to facilitate fuel supplies for the growing number of flex-fuel vehicles in the country but supporting more E85 pumps across the country while all fuel ethanol producers must have on-site pumps available to the public. What’s more, at least 30% of all new vehicle purchases for public fleets must be flex-fuel.

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