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"I project in the future there are two retailers. Those that currently sell E15 and those that will be selling E15. The customers that use E15 can't believe why you wouldn't want to use E15. By offering E15 it sets us apart from every other retailer in the market with the lower price point on the sign. As a third generation owner/operator of Hennen's Auto Service we have been serving our customer automotive needs since 1958. I have been selling E15 to our customers since the fall of 2013. Since I introduced the higher level blend of ethanol there has not been one complaint do to mileage loss or engine performance. Only positive comments with drivability and the lower cost at the pump. Today's cars are designed to utilize the higher octane to improve performance threw different computer management systems. I see higher level blends of ethanol like E15 being the next fuel of future.
- Joel Hennen, President, Owner, Hennen’s Auto Service, Shakopee, MN

Ethanol Benefits Your Customers


E15 Case Study: Minnoco from Growth Energy on Vimeo.

Higher blends of ethanol provide advantages that resonate with American consumers.


To start with, ethanol gives consumers a lower-priced choice. Whether you’re installing a flex fuel pump or simply switching to E15, it’s a choice that is typically less expensive. In fact, with an octane rating of 113, ethanol is a high performance fuel that keeps your engine running smoothly, especially under challenging summer time driving conditions. Ethanol also keeps your fuel system clean for optimal performance since it won’t leave gummy deposits. In the winter ethanol acts like an anti-freeze minimizing gas line issues. Ethanol also supports local communities. Because it’s a homegrown fuel, it creates hundreds of thousands of jobs here in America that can never be outsourced. Billions of dollars stay here at home that would otherwise be shipped overseas.

Ethanol is cleaner and “greener” than gasoline. Not only does it produce less carbon emissions when it’s burned, because it’s a biofuel, it actually captures carbon dioxide from the air during production.

One of ethanol’s greatest advantages is it lowers our dependence on foreign oil. The more energy we produce here at home, the less money our nation ships to countries in the Middle East.