POPULATION (2015): 11,613,423
REGISTERED CARS & LIGHT TRUCKS: 10,008,807
ANNUAL GAS CONSUMPTION (2014): 4.9 Billion GPY
TOTAL RETAIL STATIONS: 3,959
Retailers in Butler, Clark, Clermont, Greene, Hamilton, Montgomery and Warren are required to sell 7.8 psi RVP from June 1-September 15.
Contact information for key state regulatory agencies
Department of Weights and Measures, 614-728-6290
Alternative Fuel Signage
The Ohio Turnpike Commission allows businesses to place their logos on directional signs within the right-of-way of state turnpikes. An alternative fuel retailer may include a marking or symbol within their logo indicating that it sells E85. For more information, see the Ohio Turnpike Commission website. (Ohio Revised Code 125.831 and 5537.30)
Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Acquisition and Fuel Use Requirements
With the exception of law enforcement vehicles, all newly acquired state agency vehicles must be capable of using an alternative fuel (including E85) and must use the relevant alternative fuel if it is reasonably priced and available. (Ohio Revised Code 123.01, 125.831-125.832, 125.834 and 125.836; and Executive Order (2007-02)
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
AVG STATION (104,000 GPM)