E85 costs more in some areas of the country

06/13/2013 | Daily Journal (Kankakee, Ill.)

Executives are puzzled why the price difference between E85 and regular gasoline in areas such as Kankakee, Ill., is not as great as elsewhere in the U.S. "I really have no explanation for what's going on there. I do know that, nationally, the cost of a gallon of gas is $3.64" while a gallon of E85 is $3.21, said Michael Green, the public relations director for AAA. The higher cost of E85 in some areas might be due to delayed deliveries, he said.

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