Ten New E15 Stations Open in Wisconsin

Ten new E15 stations have opened in Wisconsin. Vehicles manufactured after 2001 and flex-fuel vehicles (FFV) can fill up at the United Cooperative Cenex convenience stores located throughout Wisconsin: Beaver Dam, Baraboo, Hustisford, Iron Ridge, Pickett, Poynette, Reedsburg, Watertown, and Wyocena. The stations offer blender pumps that include additional mid-level ethanol blends: E30 and E85 for use in FFVs.

David Cramer, United Cooperative president and chief executive officer, noted, “Ethanol-blended fuels like E15 are better for the United Cooperative E15-E85 station in Wisconsinenvironment, originate from locally-grown corn, and reduce our dependence on foreign oil. United Cooperative enjoys offering our customers multiple ethanol options at the pump and doing our part to support the American economy.”

With the addition of these 10 new stations, there are now 75 E15 stations in 12 states.

“United Cooperative understands the vital importance of choice in the transportation fuel market. The addition of blender pumps to these 10 stations give the people of Wisconsin access to E15, E30, and E85, all low-cost fuel options,” said Robert White, director of market development at the Renewable Fuels Association. “The expansion of E15 in Wisconsin is only the beginning as retailers continue to see the economic benefits of installing blender pumps and offering higher-level ethanol blends to their customers.”

Wisconsin United Cooperative Cenex convenience stores offering E15:

Baraboo Cenex
516 Ash St.
Baraboo, WI 53913

Baraboo Cenex
S3553 County Road BD
Baraboo, WI 53913

Beaver Dam Cenex
N7160 Raceway Road
Beaver Dam, WI 53916

Hustisford Cenex
326 W. Juneau St.
Hustisford, WI 53034

Iron Ridge Cenex
210 W. Pleasant St.
Iron Ridge, WI 53035

Pickett Cenex
6644 State Road 44
Pickett, WI 54964

Poynette Cenex
523 N. Hwy. 51
Poynette, WI 53955

Reedsburg Cenex
306 E. Main St.
Reedsburg, WI 53959

Watertown Cenex
821 N. Church St.
Watertown, WI 53098

Wyocena Cenex
123 Washington St.
Wyocena, WI 53969

3 thoughts on “Ten New E15 Stations Open in Wisconsin

  1. Can you get and publish some stats on actual e15 and e85 sales at various stations. People are more likely to buy/switch is they see others are already using the products.

  2. Don’t forget people the EPA says 2001 and newer cars can run E15. GM and Ford both came out and said we make the cars & we disagree. All 2012+ GM and 2013+ Ford cars are rated from the manufacture to run E15, I would believe them over the EPA.

    I have been running E15 since last fall in my 2012 Chevy Cruze, it has a turbo engine and like premium fuel. I can run E15 and pay less than regular but my car runs like it does on premium. I do loose 2-3MPG over 91 no ethanol fuel but the 90 E15 is so much cheaper that my cost per mile is actually less. I still get well over 400 miles to a tank & on long trips have seen 40mpg still.

    I typically buy from Badger State Ethanol in Monroe, but have also bought fuel at the Barboo Stations mentioned in this article. BTW these stations have been offering E15 for over a year.