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The I-75 Green Corridor Project Homepage

Project Progress - Current Project Numbers

Here are our numbers as of October 1, 2013:

You can see the rest of our current numbers and results in the "Project Particulars" section on the Project page. As of August 2013, we have now received a no-cost time extension through December 2014, so we have another year to add even more stations (and gallons) to the project!


Here's a Big Idea: Why don't we Build the Longest
Biofuels Corridor on the Planet?

Margaret Mead said it best: "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has." And we agree. That's why a committed group of Clean Cities coalitions that reach from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico joined together to undertake this daunting task -- add enough E85 ethanol and B20 biodiesel pumps to allow traveling from Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan to Miami, Florida using only E85 or B20.

And we are Completing the Task

There is plenty of information on this site about the project, the stations... and the partners that have made it happen.


Learn about the U.S. DOE Clean Cities Program & the 90 American footsoldiers for Oil Independence

From Maine to Hawaii, and Miami to Seattle, Clean Cities coordinators are the life-blood of the program. Click here to meet all 90 of them!

Station Celebrations & Openings!

We are posting information here from station opening celebrations, like the 5-station event happening 11/26/13 in Kentucky and Ohio!! Read the OH+KY station opening press release!

See the Stations - Flickr

Visit our Flickr stations pictures set to see many of the B20 and E85 stations that have been installed. Visit Flickr pictures set!

The University of Tennessee

The project was submitted by UT Knoxville in partnership with ETCleanFuels. Visit the UTK Website and read more about faculty, staff and students Big Ideas.

Are we still adding stations?

We ARE actually still looking for great locations for new E85 or B20 pumps! Contact us if you have an idea for a station and location - needs to be within 3 miles of I-75.