Kwik Star awarded grant for biodiesel infrastructure

The Iowa Renewable Fuels Infrastructure Program (RFIP) Board approved 35 project applications totaling more than $1.6 million during its quarterly board meeting on July 20. Seven of the projects are for ethanol infrastructure, one is for a biodiesel terminal and 27 are for biodiesel infrastructure.

The RFIP helps fuel retailers provide higher blends of lower cost Iowa grown biofuels to consumers by incentivizing the installation, replacement and conversion of ethanol and biodiesel dispensing and storage infrastructure and more with grant allocations on a quarterly basis.

Among the grant recipients is Kwik Star at 300 College Drive, Decorah, awarded $50,000 for Biodiesel Infrastructure. 

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