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Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig today announced that the winners of the 2022 Renewable Fuels Marketing Awards are DANLEE Corp and Casey's General Stores. The awards were created to recognize fuel marketers that have gone above and beyond in their efforts to promote and sell renewable fuels.

"Renewable fuels create additional markets for agricultural products and jobs in rural communities. Consumers benefit from cleaner burning fuels and more choices at the pump," said Secretary Naig. "I'm pleased to present the renewable fuels marketing awards to DANLEE Corp and Casey's General Stores for their efforts to increase access to and demand for ethanol and biodiesel."The winners were recognized during the FUELIowa annual meeting on Jan. 11.

Secretary's Biodiesel Marketing Award - Casey's General Stores

Casey's General Stores was founded in 1959 and has taken significant steps to add increasingly more biodiesel to its stations in Iowa. Currently, there are over 1,000 Casey's stores offering homegrown biodiesel blends.Casey's General Stores is now offering B11 at all of its Iowa locations that offer diesel, with plans to pursue higher blends of biodiesel. They have also incorporated on-site blending facilities into their store portfolio and transitioned their fleet vehicles in Iowa to run on at least B5 year-round.Casey's was nominated by FUELIowa, the Iowa Renewable Fuels Association and the Iowa Biodiesel Board.Iowa Renewable Fuels IndustryIowa leads the nation in biofuels production with 3.7 billion gallons of ethanol produced in 2020 and 351 million gallons of biodiesel produced in 2020.The Iowa Renewable Fuels Infrastructure Program offers cost-share grants to help fuel retailers install E85 dispensers, blender pumps, biodiesel dispensers and biodiesel storage facilities. To date, the state has invested over $42 million in the program. The grant program is managed by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship.

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