Today, Growth Energy is launching a new video series, “The E15 Expressway: Web Chats with Retailers“.  This will be an eight-week series, highlighting some of the retail industry’s pioneers of E15 and how they’ve successfully incorporated higher ethanol blends into their fuel mix. Kicking the series off is Emily Skor’s conversation with Steve Walk, COO and Managing Partner at Protec Fuel.

As a fuel management company, Protec Fuel helps retailers with the economics and management of retail stores to improve their profitability. During his chat with Skor, Walk explained that encouraging retailers to add E15 to their fuel offerings “really does drive sales and it really does differentiate that station.”

Watch the conversation between Steve Walk and Emily Skor here or by clicking on the image below.

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