A report by the Petroleum Equipment Institute supports what the ethanol industry has been saying, that installing E15 equipment is much cheaper for fueling stations than what opponents say, according to Robert White, director of market development for the Renewable Fuels Association. "It's been said ever since the request for E15's approval was submitted that it would cost retailers somewhere between $200,000 and $300,000 to add E15, and the ethanol industry has been repeatedly saying that is simply not true," White said.

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