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Energy Future Coalition v. Environmental Protection Agency

ELR Citation: ELR 20135
Nos. 14-1123, (D.C. Cir., 07/14/2015)

The D.C. Circuit upheld an EPA regulation that requires automobile manufacturers to use "commercially available" fuel when testing the emissions of new vehicles under the CAA. Several producers of E30, a fuel that contains 30% ethanol, argued that a fuel shouldn't have to be commercially available in order to be approved as a test fuel....

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