Addressing a Rotary District Conference 2020-21 recently, union transport minister Nitin Gadkari expressed that a decision over flex-fuel to ten days. The Government, claimed a source, is considering making flex-fuel engines mandatory for the automobile industry. The move is expected to help farmers and boost the Indian economy. Made attractive by price, which is Rs.60-62 per liter for alternative ethanol fuel,  engines that use flex-fuel could save Rs.30 to Rs35 per liter for motorists. Pointing at flex-fuel engine production in Brazil, Canada, and the US in a way where customers could use 100 percent petrol or 100 percent bio-ethanol, the minister said that ethanol is a better fuel than petrol, and it is an import substitute, cost-effective, pollution-free and indigenous

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