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“The initial reason the blender pump was installed is because the cooperative was looking at offering something unique to consumers, more choices than just E10. Because there were no stations in Reno County that offered mid-level blends, the cooperative decided to install the blender pump. Ethanol is clean, green and our dollars stay right here. It’s better for our environment and every other aspect. We need to get out there and dispel some of these myths to change the public views of those who lack knowledge.”
- Gordon Roth, Petroleum Manager, Hutchinson Cooperative, Nickerson, Kansas

The Ethanol Retailer Advantage


Ethanol Generates Higher Retail Profits:

Welcome to Ethanol Retailer. This site has everything you need to know about selling higher blends of ethanol. You'll learn how ethanol can be used in various blends, from selling E15 for 2001 and newer vehicles to offering even higher blends for our nation's 18.5 million flex fuel vehicles. Combined, E15 and higher blends of ethanol can be used by more than 80 percent of vehicles — over 180 million — on the road today.

Retailers offering E15 for 2001 and newer vehicles are enjoying an approximate $0.05 to $0.10 price per gallon advantage vs. regular 87.  This competitive advantage means more traffic in their store and more cash in their pocket. Best of all, consumers like the added octane and there have been zero complaints.