Ethanol, primarily made from corn starch, is a clean-burning, high octane, low-cost renewable fuel that’s made right here in the U.S.A. In fact, Iowa leads the nation in ethanol production with 42 plants capable of producing 4.5 billion gallons of the more environmentally-friendly fuel. Fuel containing 10% ethanol, also known as E10, is the most commonly used fuel in the nation, making up more than 95% of gasoline sales in the U.S.
Whether you are looking for refueling sites near you or just want to know more about ethanol, you have come to the right place. The links below (and the menu above) will provide thoughtful insights on the ethanol production process, general ethanol facts, ethanol co-products, and much, much more!