(Washington, DC) — A waiver from the Environmental Protection Agency will allow E-15 blend gasoline to be sold at gas stations after the usual May 1st deadline this year. The Biden Administration says the waiver will save drivers ten-cents a gallon on gas by increasing the cheaper ethanol content of gas to 15-percent. Ethanol is made in the United States from corn. Minnesota is one of the top Ethanol producing states in the nation, along with Iowa, Nebraska, and Illinois.
New E15 Waiver Predicted To Save 10-Cents Per Gallon for Summer Drivers
By Ashley Hanley|2022-05-02T05:44:04-05:00May 2nd, 2022|