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  • American Lung Association Clean Air Choice: Clean Fuels: E85 Stations
    MERRILLVILLE MICHIGAN CITY MISHAWAKA MONON MONTICELLO MUNCIE NOBLESVILLE NORTH JUDSON PERU PLYMOUTH PORTAGE PORTER REMINGTON REYNOLDS RICHMOND ROANOKE ROSELAWN SHIPSHEWANA SOUTH BEND SULLIVAN TERRE HAUTE TIPTON TRAFALGAR VALPARAISO VINCENNES WABASH WAKARUSA WARREN WARSAW WASHINGTON WEST BADEN WESTVILLE WHEATFIELD Search by County Select a County ALLEN BOONE CLARK CLINTON DAVIESS DECATUR DEKALB DELAWARE DUBOIS ELKHART GRANT HAMILTON HANCOCK HENDRICKS HOWARD HUNTINGTON JASPER JASPRE JOHNSON KNOX KOSCIUSKO LAGRANGE LAKE LAPORTE MADISON MARION

    Original URL path: http://www.cleanairchoice.org/fuels/E85InCounty.cfm?State=IN (2016-04-29)
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  • American Lung Association Clean Air Choice: Clean Fuels: E85 Stations
    MIAMISBURG MONROE MORAINE MOUNT GILEAD MOUNT HEALTHY NEW ALBANY NEWARK NORTH ROYALTON NORWALK OCTA ONTARIO OXFORD PARMA PERRYSBURG PICKERINGTON PIKETON SAINT MARYS SANDUSKY SHARONVILLE SHEFFIELD LAKE SOUTH VIENNA SPRINGBORO SPRINGFIELD SYLVANIA TOLEDO TROY TWINSBURG URBANA UTICA WADSWORTH WATERVILLE WEST CARROLLTON WEST CHESTER WESTERVILLE WESTLAKE WOOSTER Search by County Select a County AUGLAIZE BUTLER CHAMPAIGN CLARK CLERMONT CLINTON COLUMBIANA CUYAHOGA DELAWARE ERIE FAIRFIELD FAYETTE FRANKLIN GREENE GUERNSEY HAMILTON HANCOCK HENRY HURON

    Original URL path: http://www.cleanairchoice.org/fuels/E85InCounty.cfm?State=OH (2016-04-29)
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  • American Lung Association Clean Air Choice: Clean Fuels: Renewable Fuels By State
    and improves the rural economy UL Certified E85 compatible dispensers are now available from both Dresser Wayne and Gilbarco Veeder Root The Illinois E85 Clean Energy Infrastructure Development Program funds the installation of new E85 refueling outlets serving the general public Flex Fuel Blender Dispensers capable of dispensing multiple mid level blend of ethanol E15 E20 E30 E85 etc and multiple E15 Dispensers may be considered Eligible costs for new facilities include ethanol tolerant tanks piping pumps and dispensing equipment including mid ethanol blenders The Program also funds the costs of converting existing retail stations to E85 operation In the case of conversions eligible costs include tank cleaning and ethanol tolerant dispensing equipment Due to limited funding the ALAIL is primarily looking to support a large number of conversions of conventional gasoline facilities to Flex Fuel Dispensers with availability of E85 and mid level ethanol blends by working with the owners and operators of stations seeking to convert multiple locations Facilities located in or near priority areas within the state of Illinois section 2 3 are preferred Funding through the Illinois E85 Clean Energy Infrastructure Development Program is available to offset the costs of up to 15 000 for a blender pump installation up to 10 000 for a new E85 dispenser installation up to 7 500 for conversion of existing stations Stations interested in applying to the Illinois E85 Infrastructure Grant Program will be required to Complete a Grant Application Must operate in the State of Illinois Agree to a 2 year commitment to selling E85 and Must follow additional terms and conditions as outlined by our program partners You can find a copy of the grant application here or by contacting Jack Rusher or John DeRosa For more information or question about this program please contact American Lung

    Original URL path: http://www.cleanairchoice.org/fuels/e85_IL.cfm?FromPage=e85 (2016-04-29)
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  • American Lung Association Clean Air Choice: Clean Fuels: Renewable Fuels By State
    though Indiana is the 5th largest corn state and the 4th largest soybean state Indiana only had one ethanol plant and no biodiesel plants Today with the help of a supportive administration state production and use of biofuels is a main priority Ethanol and biodiesel are environmentally friendly reduce Indiana s dependence on foreign oil and provide increased economic opportunities throughout the state Indiana now has the capability to produce around 750 million gallons of ethanol in its ten ethanol plants each year Additionally three more ethanol plants are under construction Indiana also has five biodiesel plants that have the capacity to produce around 120 million gallons of biodiesel each year The biodiesel plant in Claypool is the world s largest soybean based biodiesel plant Indiana s ethanol and biodiesel plants have created more than 800 direct jobs for Indiana residents and many more jobs in supporting industries The American Lung Association of Indiana is working with organizations throughout the state to promote cleaner burning renewable biofuels General Motors and the American Lung Association of Indiana are collaborating in the Clean Air Choice Educational Partnership to educate consumers on E85 and help promote the growth of the fueling infrastructure If

    Original URL path: http://www.cleanairchoice.org/fuels/e85_IN.cfm?FromPage=e85 (2016-04-29)
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  • American Lung Association Clean Air Choice: Clean Fuels: Renewable Fuels By State
    biodiesel retail stations and to raise consumer awareness Today Iowa can produce more than 250 million gallons of biodiesel and nearly 1 5 billion gallons of ethanol leading the nation With more fueling options for biofuels throughout the state Iowa citizens have the ability to make a convenient Clean Air Choice Currently Iowa is home to nearly 100 E85 outlets and more than 125 selling biodiesel blends Visit the News

    Original URL path: http://www.cleanairchoice.org/fuels/e85_IA.cfm?FromPage=e85 (2016-04-29)
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  • American Lung Association Clean Air Choice: Clean Fuels: Renewable Fuels By State
    fueling network of more than 300 retail and fleet stations An estimated 400 000 flexible fuel vehicles FFVs are registered in the state With more Minnesotans buying FFVs and E85 station grants improving availability the state is using 15 20 million gallons of E85 each year Since 1997 virtually all Minnesota gasoline has been blended with 10 ethanol Beginning in the fall of 2005 all diesel fuel sold in Minnesota was required to contain 2 biodiesel by law In 2009 Minnesota began using a 5 biodiesel blend B5 Currently regular diesel sold April through September contains 10 biodiesel B10 and B5 is used during colder months In 2018 a 20 biodiesel blend B20 will be sold during warmer months Reducing particulate pollution is a major national priority for the American Lung Association Minnesota s move to B20 will reduce particulate pollution from diesel emissions by 12 percent Visit the News Events for the next E85 or Biodiesel promotion in your area Renewable fuels information for Minnesota Executive Order 04 10 Grand Openings E10 standard Executive Order 06 03 Station Grants Biodiesel Standard Biodiesel Essay Contest Minnesota Clean Air Choice Team Minnesota Corn Growers Association Minnesota Soybean Growers Association Minnesota Department

    Original URL path: http://www.cleanairchoice.org/fuels/e85_MN.cfm?FromPage=e85 (2016-04-29)
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  • American Lung Association Clean Air Choice: Clean Fuels: Renewable Fuels By State
    North Dakota was home to the top selling E85 station in the US in 2005 In 2008 through 25 retailers North Dakotans used about 1 million gallons of E85 each year and we plan to grow that market using more North Dakota grown fuels closer to home The number of flexible fuel vehicles in the state has increased to around 30 000 We estimate E85 users in North Dakota are helping prevent nearly 4 000 tons of fuel lifecycle carbon dioxide emissions and other harmful pollutants from entering our air every year Additionally ADM completed its biodiesel plant in 2007 and now produces 85 million gallons annually from 800 000 tons of canola Eighty five percent of the canola used at the facility is grown in North Dakota This is the largest canola biodiesel plant in the United States With this new in state production capability North Dakotans are using the renewable Clean Air Choice at 15 retail stations and more are on the way Visit the News Events for the next E85 or Biodiesel promotion in your area Renewable fuels information for North Dakota E85 Infrastructure Grants Grand Openings Promotions Go E Velva Biodiesel Plant North Dakota E85 Team

    Original URL path: http://www.cleanairchoice.org/fuels/e85_ND.cfm?FromPage=e85 (2016-04-29)
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  • American Lung Association Clean Air Choice: Clean Fuels: Renewable Fuels By State
    the environment and improves the rural economy UL Certified E85 compatible dispensers are now available from both Dresser Wayne and Gilbarco Veeder Root The OEIDP funds the installation of new E85 refueling outlets serving the general public Flex Fuel Blender Dispensers capable of dispensing multiple mid level blend of ethanol E15 E20 E30 E85 etc and multiple E15 Dispensers will be considered Eligible costs for new facilities include ethanol tolerant tanks piping pumps and dispensing equipment including mid ethanol blenders The Program also funds the costs of converting existing retail stations to E85 operation In the case of conversions eligible costs include tank cleaning and ethanol tolerant dispensing equipment Due to limited funding the OEIDP is primarily looking to support a large number of conversions of conventional gasoline facilities to Flex Fuel Dispensers with availability of E85 and mid level ethanol blends by working with the owners and operators of stations seeking to convert multiple locations Facilities located in or near priority areas within the state of Ohio section 2 3 are preferred Funding through the OEIDP is available to offset the costs of up to 15 000 for a single station installing of a new blender pump or E85

    Original URL path: http://www.cleanairchoice.org/fuels/e85_OH.cfm?FromPage=e85 (2016-04-29)
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