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Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said that vehicle manufacturing companies will start production of flex fuel engines in the next six months. This vehicle can run on ethanol. Ethanol blended fuel is made by mixing it with petrol which is very cheap.


Coming soon flex fuel vehicle

This statement was given by Nitin Gadkari

Ethanol is much cheaper than petrol



Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Saturday said top officials of automobile companies had promised to start production of flex fuel vehicles within six months. Addressing the ET Global Business Summit via video conference, Gadkari said the government is working on a plan to run public transport using 100% clean energy sources. Let us tell you, petrol contains 20% ethanol, which is a compound fuel and is available at about half the price of normal petrol.


Vehicles will run on 100% ethanol


This week, May met with the managing directors of all major automobile companies and representatives of SIAM he said. They promised me that they would start producing flex-fuel engines for vehicles that could run on more than one fuel. “According to Gadkari, most vehicles in India will soon run on 100 percent ethanol. He said, the government is working on promoting the use of green hydrogen and other alternative fuels.


ગુજરાતીમાં ન્યુઝ અહીં વાંચો


an alternative fuel prepared from a mixture


Flex-fuel is an alternative fuel made from a mixture of gasoline and methanol or ethanol. He said companies like TVS Motor and Bajaj Auto have started producing flex-fuel engines for two-wheelers and three-wheelers. Not only this, the Union Minister further said in the conference that the government is working on a ski plan to convert public transport into a 100% clean energy source.


 Let us tell you, at present, ethanol blend petrol is available in many places in Maharashtra, whose price is being told less than Rs 70 per liter.

Government has come up with a master plan for happy drivers

 Government has come up with a master plan for happy drivers


Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said that vehicle manufacturing companies will start production of flex fuel engines in the next six months. This vehicle can run on ethanol. Ethanol blended fuel is made by mixing it with petrol which is very cheap.


Coming soon flex fuel vehicle

This statement was given by Nitin Gadkari

Ethanol is much cheaper than petrol



Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Saturday said top officials of automobile companies had promised to start production of flex fuel vehicles within six months. Addressing the ET Global Business Summit via video conference, Gadkari said the government is working on a plan to run public transport using 100% clean energy sources. Let us tell you, petrol contains 20% ethanol, which is a compound fuel and is available at about half the price of normal petrol.


Vehicles will run on 100% ethanol


This week, May met with the managing directors of all major automobile companies and representatives of SIAM he said. They promised me that they would start producing flex-fuel engines for vehicles that could run on more than one fuel. “According to Gadkari, most vehicles in India will soon run on 100 percent ethanol. He said, the government is working on promoting the use of green hydrogen and other alternative fuels.


ગુજરાતીમાં ન્યુઝ અહીં વાંચો


an alternative fuel prepared from a mixture


Flex-fuel is an alternative fuel made from a mixture of gasoline and methanol or ethanol. He said companies like TVS Motor and Bajaj Auto have started producing flex-fuel engines for two-wheelers and three-wheelers. Not only this, the Union Minister further said in the conference that the government is working on a ski plan to convert public transport into a 100% clean energy source.


 Let us tell you, at present, ethanol blend petrol is available in many places in Maharashtra, whose price is being told less than Rs 70 per liter.

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