Photo courtesy of Kum & Go.

Photo courtesy of Kum & Go.

Kum & Go has opened an E-15 fueling station in Windsor Heights, Iowa, and plans to make the ethanol fuel blend available at more than 65 stores in Iowa, Nebraska, Arkansas, Colorado, Missouri, Oklahoma, and South Dakota over the next two years, the convenience store chain announced.

E-15, a blend of 15 percent ethanol and 85 percent gasoline, has been EPA-approved for use in vehicles manufactured since the 2001 model year.

Kum & Go currently offers the E-85 ethanol fuel blend at more than 160 locations across 11 states, and the chain will soon open its first compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station in Springdale, Ark, the company added.

Originally posted on Government Fleet