Growth Energy helps fuel marketers gain a competitive advantage by offering higher ethanol fuel blends like E15. Taking advantage of ethanol’s cleaner burning and better performance along with strong economics enables fuel retailers to separate themselves from their competition. There is no better time than now to gain a competitive advantage in your business through selling mid-level ethanol blends.
With the current state of the gasoline and retail industry in the United States, many factors go into determining the success of capital investments by retailers. Gross margins, fuel volumes and traffic patterns all contribute to successful fueling stations.
One place many retailers start is by planning on including E15 in their new build or scrape and re-build plans. More terminals are offering pre-blended E15 making access to supply easier and easier to obtain.
Groundbreaking partnerships with leading independent retailers have pushed open the doors to a ready supply of E15 at terminals across the country.
E15 is offered at more than 170 terminal locations across the country.
Flex Fuel Vehicles (FFVs) are specially designed to run on regular unleaded or any ethanol fuel blend up to 85 percent.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced a request for information on biofuel infrastructure priorities, seeking feedback from stakeholders on a key element of president’s promise to expand markets for higher ethanol blends like E15. Growth Energy CEO Emily Skor issued the following statement: “We appreciate the USDA’s outreach, and we look forward to sharing our insights on efforts […]
Today, our SVP of Federal Affairs Chris Bliley gave a presentation to the National Capital Area Chapter of the U.S. Association for Energy Economics on the role of the RFS and biofuel in our nation's energy policy, and taking questions from local energy experts. https://t.co/T554b0Wrj4