Iowa adds 12 new E15 stations so far in 2018

By Iowa Renewable Fuels Association | March 09, 2018

Since the end of 2017 Iowa has added a dozen new E15 stations. Drivers can now buy the fuel at 158 fueling stations statewide.

Iowa-based Casey’s General Store added the most new stations, including locations in Sioux Center, Akron, Cedar Rapids, and Lone Tree. Kum & Go, Kwik Star, and Key Cooperative each added two new stations at various locations across the state. The last two were added by Sparky’s One Stop in Jefferson and KCK Food & Fuel in Schleswig.

“This time a year ago, Iowa didn’t even have 100 E15 stations,” said Iowa Renewable Fuels Association Managing Director Lucy Norton. “It is remarkable to watch this cleaner, higher-performing fuel gain momentum and support among drivers and retailers. Americans have already driven over 3 billion trouble-free miles on E15.”

E15 is a fuel made of 15 percent ethanol and 85 percent petroleum. It has an 88-octane rating, improves engine performance, and reduces cancer-causing chemical emissions and greenhouse gas emissions. E15 is approved for all 2001 and newer vehicles.

Iowa’s newest E15 stations include:

Casey’s General Store
302 N Devoe Street
Lone Tree           

Casey’s General Store
3625 Edgewood Road SW
Cedar Rapids     

Casey’s General Store
8 7th Street NE
Sioux Center

Casey’s General Store
80 South Street

Kwik Star
727 SE 14th Street
Des Moines       

Kwik Star
2050 E 53rd Street

Kum & Go
416 Cedar Street

Kum & Go
2177 M Ave

Key Cooperative
633 Market Ave
Story City

Key Cooperative
22703 600th Ave

Sparky’s One Stop
606 East Highway 30

KCK’s Food & Fuel
US 59 & CR-E16

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