A new form of greener petrol will be available on all forecourts from next year under plans to cut emissions. The Department for Transport will publish plans today to introduce petrol blended with 10 per cent bioethanol — a form of renewable energy produced using crops — as the standard offering at the pump. It could lead to a cut in carbon dioxide emissions from road transport of 750,000 tonnes a year, equivalent to taking up to 350,000 cars off the road, the ministry said.
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