The newly launched B20 Club of Indiana showcases fleets and other stakeholders that are committed to sustainable operations through use of B20 fuel.

B20 Club of Indiana Members

Indiana-based fleets using biodiesel blends of 20 percent and higher at least six months of the year. Learn more about their successes with B20 in a variety of fleet operations and environments.

B20 Club of Indiana Affiliated Partners

Non-profit organizations, government agencies and other groups that promote and recognize biodiesel as a high-quality, low-carbon, and clean-burning alternative fuel source.

Indiana Soybean Alliance

The Indiana Soybean Alliance (ISA), recognized by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Agriculture as a Qualified State Soybean Board, is a statewide organization that works to enhance the viability of Indiana soybean farmers through the effective and efficient investment of soybean checkoff funds. The ISA works to assist soybean farmers through its strategic initiatives of market development; environmental, social, and economic sustainability; value creation and producer engagement. ISA is led by an elected, farmer board that directs investments of the soybean checkoff funds on behalf of more than 20,000 Indiana soybean farmers.

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American Lung Association

The American Lung Association© is the oldest voluntary public health association in the United States, having fought for healthy lungs and clean air for more than a century. Through their award-winning Clean Air Choice© program, the Association’s Department of Clean Air Initiatives© works to improve air quality and combat climate change through the implementation and promotion of clean transportation technologies. The Association is proud to recognize biodiesel and renewable diesel as Clean Air Choice© alternative fuels.

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Greater Indiana Clean Cities

Greater Indiana is a Clean City Coalition focused on advancing communities with education and resources on alternative fuel vehicles. The standalone nonprofit 501(c)3 organization serves 74 counties, working with public and private sector members. Greater Indiana is a resource for members integrating alternative fuels, technologies, and efficiency measures. Greater Indiana hosts educational and networking events fostering opportunities for partnerships between fleets and industry providers. By facilitating these partnerships and projects, Greater Indiana is fostering the economic, environmental, and energy security of the United States.

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Indigenous Energy

Founded in 2005, Indigenous Energy was created when entrepreneurs Pete Probst and Fred Barker won a business plan competition while students at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Today, under the direction of Probst, Indigenous Energy is focused on biodiesel and alternative fuels consulting.

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Marc IV Consulting

Marc-IV Consulting has been a leading force in the development and execution of technical, regulatory, economic and policy aspects needed to get the biodiesel industry to the 1 billion gallon-per-year mark achieved in 2012. Marc-IV’s unique set of economic and policy skills are combined with hands-on engineering, business development and strategic thinking expertise that can be a valuable resource to any company, trade association, state or federal agency or others wishing to develop industrial products from agriculture. And after 20 years, they’ve only scratched the surface!

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National Biodiesel Board

The National Biodiesel Board is the national trade association representing America’s first Advanced Biofuel. The group works to create sustainable biodiesel and renewable diesel industry growth through education, communication, governmental affairs, technical and quality assurance programs. The organization is comprised of state, national, and international feedstock and feedstock processor organizations, biodiesel and renewable diesel suppliers, fuel marketers and distributors, and technology providers.

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Optimus Technologies

Optimus Technologies is a clean energy technology company and the creator of the revolutionary Vector System, an EPA-compliant, biodiesel fuel conversion system for medium and heavy-duty diesel trucks. This proprietary technology enables vehicles to operate on 100% biodiesel, resulting in drastic reductions in greenhouse gas emissions (80%+) while at the same time reducing fuel costs.

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B20 Club of Indiana Associate Members

Biodiesel producers and marketers who serve Indiana-based customers and are valuable resources for fleet owners and managers interested in fueling with B20.

Casey’s General Stores

As the fourth-largest c-store chain in the United States, Casey’s is committed to providing its customers with the safest and most reliable gasoline and diesel fuel products available. In order to maintain the highest level of fuel quality, Casey’s proudly sources all of its fuel domestically from major suppliers and uses its own fleet to transport its products whenever possible. With more available fuel options than ever, Casey’s is also dedicated to expanding their fuels to include ethanol and biodiesel blends, among other offerings.

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CountryMark

CountryMark and its dealers provide convenient and reliable bulk fuel and oil delivery services in Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, and Kentucky. Our dealers specialize in jobsite fueling, fleet fueling, home heating oil and onsite storage for a wide range of petroleum products. CountryMark and its dealers also maintain more than 100 branded fuel stations that offer high quality fuels and fast fill-ups to the public.

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Louis Dreyfus Company

Louis Dreyfus Company in Claypool, Indiana, is the largest fully-integrated soybean processing and biodiesel plant in the United States. The annual capacity for biodiesel production is 88 million gallons. Louis Dreyfus is proud to be a BQ9000 Certified plant, which enables the company to monitor the quality of their biodiesel during every step of the manufacturing process.

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Renewable Energy Group (REG)

The roots of Renewable Energy Group go back more than two decades to when the company operated under the umbrella of West Central Cooperative in Ralston, Iowa. REG’s history parallels that of the biodiesel industry as a whole: When they made their first batch of biodiesel in 1996, the industry was still in its early stages, a niche market with a potential few foresaw. While REG’s leaders grew the company carefully and consistently by finding opportunity within challenges, they also advocated for the biodiesel industry as a whole, often working with competitors for the greater good. Today, REG is the largest biodiesel producer by volume in the United States — as well as a producer and supplier of many other products — and continues to contribute resources and leadership to biofuel advocacy groups worldwide.

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