Tomorrow, Growth Energy will welcome the fuel industry’s leading independent #E15 retailers at our fourth annual Prime the Pump retreat. The retreat gives us an opportunity to fine-tune our strategy for growing E15’s footprint and demand by hearing directly from leaders within the fuel industry, and together determining how to capitalize on opportunities and tackle industry challenges.
This type of collaboration is key to ensuring that our approach to the E15 market is informed by real data and input from those leading the market, and gives us the opportunity to address the needs of our partners. As the nation’s leading ethanol advocate, we look forward to not only ensuring that consumers across the nation have more access to E15, but also best equipping retailers for success.
Check out one of the tools we’ve developed with Convenience Store News for optimizing E15 sales here.
Learn more about Growth Energy’s partnership with Prime the Pump here.
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WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released its supplemental proposal to the proposed 2020 renewable volume obligations. Growth Energy CEO Emily Skor issued the following statement: “It is unconscionable that EPA’s proposal betrays President Trump’s promise to rural America. A week ago, Administrator Wheeler personally took to the airwaves and promised Iowa farmers that he would […]
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