Ethanol Fueling Infrastructure Development

E10 (10% ethanol, 90% gasoline) is available at nearly every fueling station. The number of stations offering E85—a gasoline-ethanol blend containing 51%-83% ethanol, depending on geography and season—is smaller but continues to grow. E15, a relatively new ethanol blend, is currently sold at more than 100 stations largely concentrated in the Midwest.

To learn about installing infrastructure for blends above E10, see:

Codes, Standards, and Safety 

Identify which codes, standards, and safety measures must be followed for underground storage tanks (USTs) containing ethanol blends above E10.

Ethanol Equipment Options 

Learn what refueling equipment is necessary to deliver ethanol fuel to vehicles.

Installing Ethanol Equipment 

Determine which permits are required, and which regulations must be met, to install ethanol equipment.

Business Case for E85 Fuel Retailers 

Discover how selling E85 has the potential to increase customers, differentiate a station, and be a profitable investment.