Thursday, October 31, 2013
(Minneapolis, MN) -- If you've got a vehicle made since 2001, there is at least one gas station in the Twin Cities with cheaper fuel made with more ethanol that corn growers say is safe. E15 is now available at the Penn Mobile station on the south side of Minneapolis, and ethanol industry officials say more are signing up. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved E15, which has 15-percent ethanol, for all cars, SUVs and light trucks made in the last 12 years. The fuel is selling for 15-cents cheaper than the standard E10 regular unleaded.