Mannheim, Germany (dpa-AFX) - CROPENERGIES AG, an ethanol producer based in Mannheim, intends to introduce its environmentally friendly fuel, Super E20, at a public gas station across the country, commencing this Tuesday. Nevertheless, the E20 pump will be exclusively accessible to specific corporate fleets during the ongoing trial period, and not to the general public, as per the company's statement. Previously, this option of fuel with a higher 20 percent bioethanol content was solely accessible at company refueling stations located on their premises.\r\n\r\nREAD: Is Paying Someone to Write Papers and Essays Legit?\r\nCROPENERGIES AG\r\nThe German automobile club ADAC has expressed its approval of the advancements related to the introduction of E20. In comparison to E5 and E10, the utilization of this fuel can effectively contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions while maintaining a straightforward approach.\r\n\r\nThe usage of Super E10 alone has the potential to save up to three million tons of CO2 on an annual basis. Karsten Schulze, the technical president of CROPENERGIES AG, emphasized that by increasing the blending rate of bioethanol from the current maximum of 10 percent to 20 percent, the potential for emissions reduction could be significantly amplified.\r\n\r\nAccording to the automobile club, for regular cars to be compatible with the new fuel, adjustments to the gasoline's quality standards are necessary. This requirement poses a challenge for policymakers as well. Consequently, car manufacturers would need to grant technical approval for the use of this fuel in their vehicles.\r\n\r\nCROPENERGIES AG However, the ADAC also emphasizes the importance of avoiding the mistakes made during the introduction of E10 back in 2011. During that time, the blame for the E10 fiasco was largely attributed to the gasoline industry, which had not adequately informed drivers about its compatibility, leading to widespread uncertainty. "Last year, Super E10 comprised only 24 percent of the gasoline market," the ADAC stated. This indicates that only a fraction of the potential emission savings are currently being utilized.