The f3 project "Barriers to an increased utilisation of high biofuel blends in the Swedish vehicle fleet" aims at developing a better understanding of what is hindering an increased use of ethanol and biogas powered cars in the future. In an article published at the website of Luleå Technical University, researcher Åsa Kastensson describes the project and gives a few explanations to the drop in interest for biofuels.

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