SIOUX FALLS, S.D.(KELO)- Trying to get the most “bang for the buck” on ethanol.
That’s part of a strategy we’re going to see from the 2024 Legislature.
Senate Majority Leader Casey Crabtree says there’s a move to follow the path of neighboring states, to go from 10-percent ethanol blends to 15-percent.
He says the impact on South Dakota’s economy will be huge.
The consumer would also benefit…with E-15 prices running about ten-cents per gallon lower than E-10.