Retailer Awarded $1.44 Million Grant to Offer Higher Ethanol Blends at 20 Stations

WASHINGTON — The Renewable Fuels Association is proud to announce that the Power Energy Corporation (PEC) has been awarded a $1.44 million grant from Illinois to offer higher ethanol blends

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RFA Statement Opposing Bill Capping Ethanol Blends

WASHINGTON — On Tuesday, biofuel critics Rep. Bill Flores (R-Texas), Peter Welch (D-Vt.), Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) and Jim Costa (D-Calif.) introduced legislation that would cap ethanol blends in the U.S.

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Indiana Fuel Retailer Family Express Receives $789K for Blender Pumps

WASHINGTON — Convenience store and fuel retailer Family Express is receiving more than $789,000 through an Indiana blender pump program to bring online 45 dispensers at 37 stations in the

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RFA Issues New Equipment Guidance for E15 Retailers

WASHINGTON — EPA gave final approval in 2012 to the use of E15 fuel and the fuel blend is now sold in 23 states. With many new retailers preparing to

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Outdoor Power Equipment Institute Poll on Higher Ethanol Blend Awareness Insulting to Consumers

WASHINGTON — Today, the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI) released a national poll finding that awareness and knowledge of how to use higher ethanol fuel blends remains relatively unchanged among

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Thorntons to Begin Selling E15 at Chicago Locations

WASHINGTON — Fueling retailer Thorntons announced today that it will offer its branded E15 option, Unleaded15, at all 43 Chicago-area locations beginning this month. In response, Renewable Fuels Association President

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What’s Missing from House Oversight RFS Hearing? The Ethanol Industry

WASHINGTON — Today, the House Oversight Subcommittees on Interior and Healthcare, Benefits and Administrative Rules are holding a joint hearing to ostensibly examine the Renewable Fuel Standard. However, once again,

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Missouri Now Selling E15 at Two Kum & Go Stations

WASHINGTON — The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) congratulates Missouri for becoming the latest state to offer E15. The fuel blend is now being sold at two Kum & Go locations

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What You Need to Know about the Federal Trade Commission’s Final Rule Regarding Labeling of Ethanol Blends Beyond 10%

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has issued a final rule on how ethanol blends above 10% must be labeled at retail fuel stations. The final rule, which was published on

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RFA to EPA: New Gasoline Volatility Regulations Needed to Level Playing Field, Encourage Investment in Higher Ethanol Blends

WASHINGTON — In a letter submitted today to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) urged the agency to take immediate administrative action to eliminate an

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