Providing Clean, High-Performance Fuel

Building Markets for Ethanol

Kansas Corn works to build market opportunities for corn, and ethanol is a top use for Kansas Corn. The state’s 12 ethanol plants produce 600 million gallons of renewable, clean burning ethanol fuel and distillers grains, a high nutrient livestock feed, creating a market for 214 million bushels of corn. Distillers grains are sold wet as WDGS to nearby livestock feeders, or they are dried to make DDGS that can be sold nearby or exported to other states or other countries.

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Kansas Corn Commission--Building Markets for Ethanol & DDGS

  • Building ethanol fuel infrastructure in Kansas and across the U.S.
  • Building exports of ethanol and DDGS with the US Grains Council.
  • Educating consumers with our fueledbykansas.com website

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Kansas Corn Growers Association--Working with NCGA to:

  • Protecting the Renewable Fuel Standard, which provides market access for ethanol
  • Fight efforts to lower the level of ethanol in the RFS
  • Supporting a High Octane, Low Carbon fuel standard to build the future of ethanol

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Fueled by Kansas

  • Kansas Corn’s Fueled by Kansas campaign, educates and encourages consumers to purchase higher ethanol blends. The new fueledbykansas.com website will serve as an information source and offers an interactive map of stations selling E15 and higher blends. Check it out here. Also be sure to “like” our Fueled by Kansas Facebook page.

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Kansas Corn Flex Fuel Grant Program

  • Designed to incentivize Kansas fuel retailers to add mid and upper level ethanol blends as an option for their customers
  • Assists with the additional costs of upgrading to dispensers to provide higher ethanol blends.
  • Grant program requirements and information can be found here. Contact Emily Koop, market development coordinator for more information.

Video: Understanding Ethanol and Its Co-Products-

This educational video developed by the Renewable Fuels Association with support from the Kansas Corn Commission is a great way to learn about ethanol and its co-products.

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