Economist shows how E15 could provide significant CO2 savings

In Illinois, a new analysis produced by the University of Illinois at Chicago’s principal research economist Dr. Stefen Mueller found that giving consumers more access to cleaner fuel options like E15 would provide significant environmental benefits.

In Kansas, giving consumers the choice to use E15 would reduce carbon pollution by 184,226 metric tons per year.

In North Carolina, offering E15 would reduce carbon pollution by 617,870 metric tons per year.

In Ohio, offering E15 would reduce carbon pollution by 711,179 metric tons per year.

In Michigan, offering E15 would reduce carbon pollution by 661,051 metric tons per year.

In Wisconsin, offering E15 would reduce carbon pollution by 351,272 metric tons per year.

In Iowa, offering E15 would reduce carbon pollution by 220,821 metric tons per year.

In Illinois, offering E15 would reduce carbon pollution by 663,646 metric tons per year.

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