Ethanol Report on E15 Plan

RFA retailer handbookAfter more than a year of waiting since EPA approved its use for 2001 and newer vehicles, 15% ethanol blended motor fuel could be hitting the streets by this summer.

In January 2011, EPA approved a waiver for the use of E15 in 2001 and newer vehicles. Since then, a pump label has been finalized, health effects testing approved and finally, last week, the approval of the Misfueling Mitigation Plan developed by the Renewable Fuels Association.

Ethanol Report PodcastThis edition of “The Ethanol Report” includes comments from RFA president and CEO Bob Dinneen, Vice President of Technical Services Kristy Moore, and Director of Market Development Robert White about the MMP, as well as RFA’s E15 Retailer Handbook, and the E15 Education and Outreach plan for consumers. More information on RFA’s education and outreach plan can be found at e15fuel.org.

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2 thoughts on “Ethanol Report on E15 Plan

  1. Finally,

    Government red tape is just another way “big Brother” stops progress. Poet’s cellulose ethanol plant will come on line in a few months. If it proves profitable, other corn ethanol plants will convert to corn stover/cobbs/bio waste to ethanol plants.

    Here is to the future!

  2. Amazing that after all the powers to be have done all possible to slow down the approval process we are about to finally get things rolling with positive action. Renewable energy will finally see the light of day and all the assocaited benefits reaped by the country. Freedom from foreign control, lower carbon footprint, creation of jobs and stability for investors who have taken big risks to hang in over these trying times. Kudos to all those who worked hard to get this to a point of fruition. Bring it on!!