"Paul, here is some info from
"Paul, here is some info from the US dept of Energy. You can be assured, if someone can make a buck at it, it will hit the market sooner than later...
E-Diesel is a fuel that uses additives in order to allow blending of ethanol with diesel. It includes ethanol blends of 7.7% to 15% and up to 5% special additives that prevent the ethanol and diesel from separating at very low temperatures or if water contamination occurs.
E-Diesel is currently an experimental fuel and is being developed by many companies, who can receive federal ethanol tax credit when blending ethanol with diesel."
A "professional" is someone who gets paid for their work - it doesn't necessarily mean they are good at it :)