E15 in Wisconsin:
Fleet Options
Gustavo Lopez, Communications Director WBIA
WBIAWisconsinBioIndustry
A l l i a n c e
The Wisconsin Bio
Industry Alliance
The Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance is a nonprofit corporation that supports
the devel...
Ethanol in Wisconsin
Wisconsin is the 9th largest producer in the US with 500 million gallons of production capacity,
most...
Ethanol in Wisconsin
The economic impact
$4.2B of total economic output annually.
$274 million to the local GDP
Boosted ho...
What is E15?
E15 is a blended fuel, 85% gasoline and 15% ethanol.
Approved by the EPA for light duty vehicles model year 2...
E15 – Barriers to Market
In Wisconsin:
4.4 million registered automobiles are able to use E10 gasoline, which is offered a...
South Dakota
March of 2014 – Governor Dennis Daugaard
Flex fuel vehicles make up over 58 percent of the fleet or 1,950 veh...
Fleet Options in Wisconsin
E85 vs E15
Federally-regulated fleet - 50 vehicles
Required to own FFVs and use E85.
E15 usage ...
Questions?
GusLopez@JRMAdvisers.com
920-254-0657
WBIAWisconsinBioIndustry
A l l i a n c e
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Future of Alternative Fuels in WI Showcase - Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance Presentation

  1. 1. E15 in Wisconsin: Fleet Options Gustavo Lopez, Communications Director WBIA WBIAWisconsinBioIndustry A l l i a n c e
  2. 2. The Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance The Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance is a nonprofit corporation that supports the development of bio based renewable energy, power, and products. Collaboration Education Government Relations
  3. 3. Ethanol in Wisconsin Wisconsin is the 9th largest producer in the US with 500 million gallons of production capacity, most of which is made from corn. There are 9 ethanol production facilities throughout central and southern Wisconsin, each producing between 40-100 million gallons a year.
  4. 4. Ethanol in Wisconsin The economic impact $4.2B of total economic output annually. $274 million to the local GDP Boosted household incomes of $49 million. 19,080 jobs and generates $982.6M in wages annually $123.2 million in Wisconsin taxes in 2013.
  5. 5. What is E15? E15 is a blended fuel, 85% gasoline and 15% ethanol. Approved by the EPA for light duty vehicles model year 2001 and newer, and all flex-fuel vehicles (FFVs). It is illegal to use in vehicles older than 2001, small engines, boats and motorcycles. 75% of the cars, trucks and SUVs on the road today more than 85% of the unleaded fuel sold in America
  6. 6. E15 – Barriers to Market In Wisconsin: 4.4 million registered automobiles are able to use E10 gasoline, which is offered at nearly all of the state’s 3500 retail gas stations. 170,000 flexible fuel vehicles (FFVs) registered in Wisconsin 100 service stations all across the state offering E85. Where is it available? Monroe Platteville Beaver Dam Baraboo x2 Hustisford Iron Ridge Pickett Poynette Reedsburg Watertown Wyocena
  7. 7. South Dakota March of 2014 – Governor Dennis Daugaard Flex fuel vehicles make up over 58 percent of the fleet or 1,950 vehicles. Results? $40 x 1,950 vehicles = $78,000 savings a month
  8. 8. Fleet Options in Wisconsin E85 vs E15 Federally-regulated fleet - 50 vehicles Required to own FFVs and use E85. E15 usage within fleets: Fueling at local stations with an agreement from pump owner
  9. 9. Questions? GusLopez@JRMAdvisers.com 920-254-0657 WBIAWisconsinBioIndustry A l l i a n c e

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