Cleaner fuel is part of a major investment by BP in new solar-powered, Internet-connected gas stations in the Front Range. BP announced on June 10 that it has selected the Denver metropolitan area, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, and Boulder as the latest U.S. cities to receive lower sulfur gasoline as part of BP’s global Clean Cities initiative. The EPA, the Denver Regional Air Quality Council, and the American Lung Association of Colorado all welcomed the announcement. “EPA applauds the efforts of BP to get ahead of the curve by beginning to meet national content levels for sulfur in fuels prior to established deadlines," said EPA regional administrator Robbie Roberts.

Originally posted on Fleet Financials