Zimbabwe seeing that monopoly not the best option for ethanol industry

In Zimbabwe, the Energy and Power Development permanent secretary says the ethanol monopoly in the country has kept pump prices from falling as much as had been hoped, with E15 only providing .6 cents a liter in savings and just .2 cents a liter for E5. He has called for other investors to enter the sector in order to provide competition for Green Fuel and ensure improved industrial development that would lead to efficiencies and therefore lower prices.

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