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Fuels made from renewable plants, like ethanol, are lower priced fuels compared to petroleum. Ethanol lowers gas prices by at least 15% on a nationwide basis.

"The expansion of biofuels production in the United States is good news. It means more of America’s energy dollars will be kept within our borders and go to the rural farmers rather than to the Saudi princes or the Venezuelan dictator." 

Newt Gingrich, Former House Speaker  

Consumers now have a fuel option that is cleaner for the air and good for their engine.


By expanding the fuel supply, ethanol has made gas cheaper by 29 cents a gallon to as much as 40 cents a gallon. This equates to $150 or more in a consumer's pocket annually. As E15 becomes the standard over the current 10% blend, this will lead to even greater savings.

Ethanol is increasingly becoming a global commodity. Global ethanol production and demand is trending up, with the U.S. now the world's top producer and consumer of ethanol, as well as a leading exporter. The U.S. ethanol industry supported the creation of over 386,700 jobs in all sectors of the economy last year, boosting household income by $30.7 billion.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved E15 as a blend choice for cars and light-duty trucks in model year 2001 and newer. A full move to E15 could help create as many as 136,000 new jobs in the U.S. and eliminate as much as 8 million metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions from the air in a year — the equivalent of taking 1.35 million vehicles off the road. Increasing the domestic, renewable fuel supply would also displace some of the 7 billion gallons of oil that is imported every day into the United States from countries such as Venezuela, Saudi Arabia and Nigeria.

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