As of February 28, 2018, there are 1,343 stations selling E15 in 29 states. Last month there were 1,213 locations selling E15. We’re “pumped” about the 130 new stations that are now offering a high-quality, high-octane fuel that burns cleaner and cooler than oil, and that’s also good for our environment and our car engines. 

Today, 97 percent of America’s motor fuel mix contains about 10 percent ethanol, and higher blends are increasingly available. These new consumer options have appeared, in part, thanks to public policies like the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) that require oil companies to offer consumers more renewable fuel options at the pump. Learn more about biofuel including how to find E15 stations near you at GetBiofuel.com 

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CEO @GrowthEnergy tells IRS how #ethanol plants can lead the way on #carbon capture https://t.co/xiHAipVJpI

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As @RepCheri Bustos says here, the biofuels industry has a cascading effect on agriculture — it promotes strong supply chains and multiplies rural economic output. Abuse of the Renewable Fuel Standard through refinery exemptions only serves to harm the ag economy. https://t.co/pvW7P4yZ4F

via @GrowthEnergy

The future of fuel — increased engine performance, lowering our carbon footprint, and eliminating toxic fuel additives — is already here. At @EESI's Clean Energy Expo, Growth Energy SVP of Regulatory Affairs Chris Bliley laid out the benefits that expanding ethanol can bring. https://t.co/aW5v9A4prB

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In a letter to the IRS, GE CEO @EmilySkor proposes applying the 45Q performance based carbon tax credit to carbon capture projects at ethanol plants as a way to incentivize and expand their further use. Biofuel producers are ready to do more!  See the letter here: https://t.co/MtEDPF0jKy

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