Ethanol Fueling Stations
Fuel providers can offer E15, E85, and other ethanol-gasoline blends. E85 and E15 are available at over 4,200 and 2,500 fueling stations, respectively.
The Alternative Fueling Station Locator allows users to search for public and private E85 fueling stations. Suggest new E85 stations for inclusion in the Station Locator using the Submit New Station form. The Station Locator includes stations offering high-level ethanol-gasoline blends (E85). Users may limit their search to E85 stations that also offer mid-level blends by using the Fuel button on the “Advanced Filters” tab. However, stations carrying only mid-level blends are not included in the station locator since mid-level blends are not considered an alternative fuel under the Energy Policy Act of 1992.
Find ethanol (E85) fueling stations by location or along a route. Use the Advanced Filters to search for private and planned stations, as well as E85 fueling stations to match certain search criteria.
E10 (10% ethanol, 90% gasoline) is available at nearly every fueling station. There are more than 4,200 public stations in 44 states offering E85 (or flex fuel)—a gasoline-ethanol blend containing 51% to 83% ethanol, depending on geography and season. As of 2022, E15 was sold at more than 2,500 stations in 31 states. Some stations offer multiple ethanol blends at one location, often through blender pumps.
To learn about installing infrastructure for blends above E10, see:
Identify which codes, standards, and safety measures must be followed for underground storage tanks (USTs) containing ethanol blends above E10.
Learn what refueling equipment is necessary to deliver ethanol fuel to vehicles.
Determine which permits are required, and which regulations must be met, to install ethanol equipment.