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E10 petrol, consumer protection and fuel pump labelling

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Summary

Seeking views on a range of issues related to renewable transport fuel supply in the UK.

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Consultation description

Unleaded petrol in the UK contains up to 5% bioethanol, a grade known as E5. E10 petrol contains up to 10% bioethanol and is not yet available in the UK.

This consultation seeks feedback on:

  • proposals to ensure a continued supply of traditional E5 petrol for those motorists who will need it
  • a call for evidence on whether and how best to introduce E10 petrol
  • proposals to implement new fuel labelling as required by the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Directive
  • plans to change the consumer message that must accompany the sale of E10

Documents

E10 petrol, consumer protection and fuel pump labelling

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Annex A: impact assessment - protection grade

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Annex B: impact assessment - fuel labelling

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Published 20 July 2018