"Today's announcement dramatically increases the retail biodiesel options for Iowa consumers. Coupled with their leading effort on E85 (85 percent ethanol-blended gasoline), Kum & Go's commitment to renewable fuels is second to none. I think Iowans will sit up and take notice," he said.
Kum & Go also sells E85 at five stores.
Meanwhile, over near the Chicago, at the Gas Technology Institute (GTI), a hydrogen pump opened up today. GTI's pump can make hydrogen from natural gas, ethanol, or electricity and water, H2 Daily says. Which process is used to make the hydrogen in the tank is not specified. Kind of surprisingly, it's open to the public. Read more here.
[Source: Grainnet, H2 Daily]