E10, E15, E85

Fuel Doesn't Have to Be Confusing


Let’s face it, ethanol can seem complicated.

However, fueling your vehicle with a lower cost, lower carbon fuel doesn’t have to be confusing. Learn about  E10, E15, E85 and which fuel is best for your vehicle.


The U.S. Energy Information Administration reports E10 accounts for more than 95 percent of fuel used by vehicles with gasoline engines.


According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from corn-based ethanol are 52% lower than gasoline when measured on an energy equivalent basis.


In the United States, roughly 30% of field corn goes into fuel ethanol each year. Illinois is the third largest state producer of ethanol.