Fuel Prices 

Find ethanol fuel prices and trends.

Ethanol is a renewable fuel made from corn and other plant materials. The use of ethanol is widespread—almost all gasoline in the U.S. contains some ethanol. Ethanol is available as E85—a high-level ethanol blend containing 51%-83% ethanol depending on season and geography—for use in flexible fuel vehicles. E15 is defined by the Environmental Protection Agency as a blend of 10%-15% ethanol with gasoline. It is an approved ethanol blend for model year vehicles 2001 and newer.

Icon of an information sign.Basics 

Find information about ethanol blends, specifications, production and distribution, feedstocks, and related links.

Icon of a scale.Benefits and Considerations 

Explore the benefits and considerations of using ethanol as a vehicle fuel.

Icon of a fueling pump.Stations 

Locate ethanol fueling stations in your area and learn about ethanol fueling infrastructure.

Icon of a vehicle.Vehicles 

Learn about flexible fuel vehicles, including availability, conversions, emissions, maintenance, and safety.

Icon of a dollar sign.Laws and Incentives 

Find ethanol laws and incentives in your area.