new_hampshire

New Hampshire

POPULATION (2015): 1,330,608

REGISTERED CARS & LIGHT TRUCKS: 1,231,279

ANNUAL GAS CONSUMPTION (2014): 705 GPY

TOTAL RETAIL STATIONS: 599

Maximum E85 use:73 Million GPY
FFVs in use:101,390
E85 stations:0
Flex Station implied demand:+49
Maximum E15 use:560 Million GPY
EPA approved E15 vehicles:985,023
E15 Station implied demand:+479

Fuel specifications

Gasoline:

Hillsborough, Merrimack, Rockingham, and Strafford counties have opted into the Northern-grade RFG program.

Reid Vapor Pressure:

The state requires 7.0 psi RVP gasoline for those four counties from May-September.

Contact information for key state regulatory agencies

Division of Weights and Measures, 603-271-3700

State incentives

None

Federal incentives

Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Tax Credit
(Originally expired 12/31/13 - retroactively extended through 12/31/16, by H.R. 2029) Fueling equipment for E85 installed between January 1, 2014, and December 31, 2016, is eligible for a tax credit of 30% of the cost, not to exceed $30,000. Station owners with multiple locations can use the credit towards each site. For more information about claiming the credit, see IRS Form 8911.

Ethanol plant direct E85/ethanol sales

Click here for a complete list of domestic ethanol producers and sales contacts for E85/direct ethanol sales

E15/Flex Fuel Profit Estimate
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New Hampshire
AVG STATION (98,000 GPM)
Average Retailer:
New gallons/$$/Mo E15 & Flex: 18,100 $3,000
New Customers/Mo:+2,013 
Additional Merch. Margin from above:$5,900
RINs not applied to reduce price:$880
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TOTAL NEW PROFIT/MO  $9,780
Top Performing Retailer:
New gallons/$$/Mo E15 & Flex:43,000$7,100
New Customers/Mo:+4,774 
Additional Merch. Margin from above:$14,000
RINs not applied to reduce price:$2,500
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TOTAL NEW PROFIT/MO  $23,600

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