A bill to require E-15 at Iowa gas stations is advancing in the Senate
BPC Staff Apr 26, 2022 | 3:59 pm
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Iowa Public Radio: Gov. Kim Reynolds’ proposal to require Iowa gas stations to sell fuel with higher blends of ethanol advanced Monday after being stalled in the Senate for months. Under the bill in the Iowa Legislature, gas stations that open after Jan. 1, 2023, would have to sell E-15, gas blended with at least 15% ethanol, from at least half of their dispensers. Existing gas stations with compatible infrastructure would have to sell E-15 from at least one dispenser by 2026. If a gas station upgrades its underground infrastructure, it would have to offer E-15 from at least 50% of its dispensers.