Simply put—biofuel is a renewable energy source made from plants. It burns cleaner than fossil fuels and has a lasting impact on our planet. It keeps our engines—and the very air we breathe—cleaner. It’s a car-climate win-win.
Reusable grocery bags—and LED light bulbs. You already know how small changes can make a big impact at the pump. The same is true when you choose biofuel. Simply select UNL88 or a higher blend and you’ll be fueling change for generations to come.
of all gas sold in America already contains a percentage of biofuel.
cars on the road support a 15% blend of biofuel, aka UNL 88.
offer UNL 88 at some of their pumps. That number is growing.
When you go to the gas station and choose UNL 87 (also called E10, which is 10% ethanol), you’re already pumping some biofuel into your tank. But you can do even more. Now, It’s time to take the next step.
According to the EPA, cars made this century (specifically since 2001) are approved for UNL88 (also called E15, which is 15% ethanol). This increase from E10 to E15 may seem small, but the impact is significant. When you change fuel, you’ll feel great. So will your car—whose engine will burn cleaner as a result.
These higher blends are designed for the nearly 23 million Flex Fuel Vehicles on the road today. Check here to see if your car is a FFV. If so, well done. You’re a biofuel super consumer.