“Clean Fuel” To Cost $1,277

New “clean fuel” regulations will cost Canadian workers more than $1,200 a year on average, says research commissioned by the advocacy group Canadians for Affordable Energy. The Clean Fuel Standard mandates greater use of ethanol: “It is simply another tax grab that will only make life more unaffordable.”

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