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Grant Information - Biofuel Green Island Corridor Grants

As part of the Governor’s Alternative Fuels Working Group, TDOT oversees Green Island Corridor (GIC) grants to help establish E85 ethanol and B20 biodiesel pumps no more than 100 miles apart along interstate highways and major highway corridors across the state. This network of stations will encourage and expand the use of biofuels in Tennessee, which in turn will stimulate rural economic development, increase farm income, reduce vehicle emissions, help protect public health, and reduce dependence on petroleum.