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When E15 fuel entered the market in 2010, it was approved for use in vehicles 2001 and newer. Now, 2001 and newer vehicles represent about 90% of cars on the road.
Retailer looks to offer choice to customers
E15 has been gaining popularity since its introduction, and one chain in particular has noticed a considerable uptick in customer interest.
American consumers have helped E15—a fuel containing 15% ethanol and 85% gasoline—reach a significant milestone.
E15 is a federally approved fuel that contains 15% ethanol and 85% gasoline and is approved for 2001 and newer vehicles, which is equivalent to 9 out of 10 cars on the road today.
E15—a biofuel made with 15% ethanol—is providing retailers with an opportunity to expand fuel offerings for their customers.
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