“E15 is approved for vehicles 2001 and newer and we’ve had zero problems, in fact my customers love the cost savings and extra performance. If your mechanic ever tells you that ethanol causes problems, fire them because they are too lazy to find the real problem."
This site was created to help fuel marketers learn more about selling blends of ethanol by installing ethanol flex fuel pumps and E15. Here, you'll learn how ethanol, America's renewable fuel, can be used in various blends. From selling E10 for any vehicle on the road, to offering E15 for 2001 and newer vehicles (which equates to 80% of the vehicles on the road today or 200 million vehicles), to offering flex fuel blends for our nation's 18.5 million flex fuel vehicles; giving consumers the choices they want is good business. We'll show you why installing an ethanol flex fuel pump or E15 makes sense for your business, explain how you can offer this choice to your customers, and give you resources to turn this opportunity into reality.
The Time is Now
There is no better time than now to gain a competitive advantage in your business through selling mid-level ethanol blends. As the country moves forward in building the infrastructure to support the Renewable Fuels Standard, retailers on the cutting edge of providing consumers choice at the pump are already seeing significant financial incentives. So could you. Join the movement, E15 is growing now in more than 19 states and 130 retail locations.
"I'm a strong supporter of Ethanol Blends including E15. Having different blends at our locations has enabled the consumer to use various amounts of ethanol that they are comfortable with. we strive for customer satisfaction. By offering e30,E50,E85 our customers can choose the amount of ethanol that works best for them. We have not had any complaints thus far on any of the ethanol blends."
- Jerald Ignash, Owner of Ignash Petroleum, Caseville, Michigan