Propel Featured in Ethanol Producer Magazine


Hot off the presses! The February issue of Ethanol Producer Magazine includes a spotlight article on Propel Fuels and the company’s mission to provide the retail infrastructure necessary to bring renewable fuels to the consumer, now and in the future.

In the article, author Kris Bevill details Propel’s unique business model – which includes fostering a symbiotic relationship where Propel leases space on which to build their Clean Fuel Points from existing fuel retailers  – as well as the funding, support and partnerships that CEO Matt Horton says are so elemental to Propel’s current and future success.

“Rebuilding the nation’s fueling infrastructure takes time, but we need to understand as an industry that it’s more than just making a pump available,” Horton is quoted as saying. “We need to treat this issue holistically and make sure we’re addressing all the key drivers for success.”

Today, Propel offers biodiesel at its stations in WA State and both E85 and biodiesel at its stations in CA. Additional plans to expand locations and product offerings in accordance with market demand are in the works.

For more info, check out the full article from Ethanol Producer Magazine
or visit Propel Fuels.

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One response to “Propel Featured in Ethanol Producer Magazine

  1. Propel Fuels are Awesome! I love using the E-85. The things I like about it is: 1. its made in the US 2. its clean burning and cost less. 3. the best part is the exhaust Smells like Roasted Corn. Pulling a trailer you can really smell it more. I have an 8000 lbs Travel Tailer and it is a great fuel to use when pulling something big. I get the same mileage using E-85 Ethanol as I did using gas. The big difference is the power you get using the Ethanol. Gas just does not Cut-It!

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