Study: California's policies, investments to boost alternative fuels

05/25/2011 | DomesticFuel.com

California's policies, investments and innovations in alternative-fuel technologies will lead to a significant demand decline for petroleum-based fuels, according to a report by Fueling California and the Orange County Business Council. But by 2030, gasoline and diesel are still expected to power more than 75% of light-duty and heavy-duty vehicles, primarily because shifting a fleet to alternative fuels usually takes 10 to 15 years, the study said. In the light-duty sector, ethanol is expected most influence the alternative-fuel mix, the study added.

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