This story was originally published on the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)’s website:
“On May 31, 2019, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a final rule allowing the year-round sale of motor gasoline blends containing up to 15% fuel ethanol, or E15.
“The ruling increases the availability of E15 blends in the United States, which are currently sold at more than 1,800 retail fuel stations across 31 states, according to Growth Energy, a trade association that represents producers and supporters of fuel ethanol.”
We were honored to host @EPAMichaelRegan at our 12th Annual ELC. Administrator Regan participated in a virtual fireside chat with CEO @EmilySkor and discussed EPA's approach to decarbonization and how biofuels fit into the agency’s plan for a cleaner planet. https://t.co/eSQln8kD6c
Provides cleaner air (46% lower emissions). Renewable and plant-based (reduces reliance on fossil fuels). Made here in the U.S. #Biofuels, people! They ARE the answer! Thanks @GrowthEnergy for your tireless commitment! #FactualFriday #EthanolFTW https://t.co/NGdeubDWpN
Michael Lorenz, formerly with convenience-store chain Sheetz, will join @GrowthEnergy as senior vice president of market development, overseeing the global and domestic #expansion of higher ethanol blended #fuels. #cspdn https://t.co/RYpjVQXdWU https://t.co/bhnc2PNUBq