Factsheet: Energy (blending Of Power Alcohol With Motor Gasoline) Regulations, 2010

Energy (blending Of Power Alcohol With Motor Gasoline) Regulations, 2010

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Description: 
In exercise of the powers conferred by section 110 of the Energy Act, 2006, the Minister for Energy makes the THE ENERGY (BLENDING OF POWER ALCOHOL WITH MOTOR GASOLINE) REGULATIONS, 2010 “gasohol” means the fuel produced from blending of power alcohol with motor gasoline to conform to the Kenya Standard KS 03–515: 1990 or any revisions thereon. Blending of motor gasoline: all motor gasoline loaded from the petroleum storage and loading depots set out in this regulation, for sale in Kenya, shall be blended with power alcohol to produce gasohol. Mandatory 10% blending (E10) is in place in Kenya in the city of Kisumu / Eldoret / Nakuru, which has an ethanol plant.
Goal/Aim: 
Increase the share of biofuels in transport.

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