Iowa has added a dozen new E15 stations since the end of 2017, bringing the total statewide to 158 fueling stations.
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 three billion trouble-free miles on E15.”