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Sundstop Fuel Retail Station in Clarence, IA Offers City’s First E15 Site

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(Biofuels Journal)  When E10 first hit the market, Clarence, Iowa was one of five towns to introduce the new fuel at a local gas station. Nearly 40 years later, that same town is getting its first E15 refueling site.

Sundstop, located at 902 Lombard in Clarence, is Iowa’s 102nd E15 site.

The station also offers E85, E30, and biodiesel blends.

“As a retailer in a heavy corn-producing state, we see renewable fuels as a way to give back to the community for supporting our business,” said Joshua Sundstrom, Sundstop owner.

Last year Iowa’s biofuels tax credits were thoroughly reviewed by the Iowa Legislature and renewed for seven years.

The certainty that 7-year extension created enabled retailers like Sundstop to invest in the necessary infrastructure to offer higher blends of ethanol and biodiesel and make it possible for retailers to pass savings on to consumers.  READ MORE

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