Kansas BioFuel is a win-win
Biofuel saves drivers money
Kansas Biofuel (ethanol) costs less than gasoline, so the higher the percentage of ethanol in your fuel, the more you save. Calculate your savings.
KANSAS FARM FAMILIES
Biofuel stabilizes commodity prices by generating greater local demand for crops.
Our state’s 12 ethanol plants produce nearly half a billion gallons of ethanol fuel, creating a market for 170 million bushels of corn.
Biofuels grow jobs in Kansas
The demand for biofuel created more than 4,000 jobs. The industry also contributed more than $2.2 billion to the Kansas economy annually.
Biofuel reduces emissions
Ethanol reduces greenhouse gas emissions by an average of 34 percent in comparison to gasoline, according to a report by the Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory.