Eastern Pennsylvania
Alliance for Clean Transportation

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GPCCP Builds an E-85 Corridor Across Pennsylvania

Sun, February 08, 2009 11:00 AM | Deleted user

With funding from the PA Department of Environmental Protection and the U.S. Department of Energy, the Greater Philadelphia Clean Cities Program helped build a corridor of E-85 fueling stations along I-76 from State College to Philadelphia.  The corridor consists of 19 refueling stations in SHEETZ, Worley & Obetz, and Dileo’s locations.  Each station sells domestically-produced E-85, a blend of 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline, supplied by our stakeholders AmeriGreen and Shipley Energy.  Since construction, over 1 million gallons of E-85 have been sold along the corridor.

If you drive a flex-fuel vehicle that can use E-85, you can use the AFDC Alternative Fuel Station Locator to find an E-85 station along our corridor.

With funding from the PA Department of Environmental Protection and the U.S. Department of Energy, the Greater Philadelphia Clean Cities Program helped build a corridor of E-85 fueling stations along I-76 from State College to Philadelphia.  The corridor consists of 19 refueling stations in SHEETZ, Worley & Obetz, and Dileo’s locations.  Each station sells domestically-produced E-85, a blend of 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline, supplied by our stakeholders AmeriGreen and Shipley Energy.  Since construction, over 1 million gallons of E-85 have been sold along the corridor.

If you drive a flex-fuel vehicle that can use E-85, you can use the AFDC Alternative Fuel Station Locator to find an E-85 station along our corridor.

With funding from the PA Department of Environmental Protection and the U.S. Department of Energy, the Greater Philadelphia Clean Cities Program helped build a corridor of E-85 fueling stations along I-76 from State College to Philadelphia.  The corridor consists of 19 refueling stations in SHEETZ, Worley & Obetz, and Dileo’s locations.  Each station sells domestically-produced E-85, a blend of 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline, supplied by our stakeholders AmeriGreen and Shipley Energy.  Since construction, over 1 million gallons of E-85 have been sold along the corridor.

If you drive a flex-fuel vehicle that can use E-85, you can use the AFDC Alternative Fuel Station Locator to find an E-85 station along our corridor.

With funding from the PA Department of Environmental Protection and the U.S. Department of Energy, the Greater Philadelphia Clean Cities Program helped build a corridor of E-85 fueling stations along I-76 from State College to Philadelphia.  The corridor consists of 19 refueling stations in SHEETZ, Worley & Obetz, and Dileo’s locations.  Each station sells domestically-produced E-85, a blend of 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline, supplied by our stakeholders AmeriGreen and Shipley Energy.  Since construction, over 1 million gallons of E-85 have been sold along the corridor.

If you drive a flex-fuel vehicle that can use E-85, you can use the AFDC Alternative Fuel Station Locator to find an E-85 station along our corridor.


Sustaining Level Stakeholders

AQUA America  Clean Citiesdvrpc  Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce 
PECOPA DEP    UPS Zarwin Baum 


Eastern Pennsylvania Alliance for Clean Transportation

1900 Market Street, 8th Floor
Philadelphia, PA  19103

tbandiero@ep-act.org
 Tel:  215-990-8200
 

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