What is E15 Ethanol?
E20, E30 and Other Mid-Level Ethanol Blends
Initiatives by local and federal actors to increase the use of ethanol have yielded new applications and technologies for flexible-fuel vehicles (FFVs). Blender pumps, for instance, draw their fuel from two separate storage tanks (E10 and E85) in order to dispense a predetermined blend of the fuels. These pumps enable FFV owners to draw a variety of ethanol-blended gasoline blends between E15 and E85. Among these, E20 (20 percent ethanol) and E30 (30 percent ethanol) are the most commonly sought by users. Blender pumps, which can also legally dispense E15 ethanol, are primarily concentrated in the Midwest.
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