By Nick Starling email@example.com
"Our board really looked at the numbers and tried to decide what number would get the most interest from retailers," said Kim Clark from the Nebraska Corn Board.
That number is $30,000 for the first pump added and $10,000 for the second for one gas station. The most for any station would be $40,000.
"Looking at some of the cost involved to install blender pumps so not just the pump itself and construction work," said Clark.
"It was okay now that I know how to use it. It will be a lot easier next time," said Katrina Cure from Grand Island.
There are two locations in Grand Island that currently have these pumps installed and some Nebraskans are still getting use to the new options.
"It was a little confusing at first but if I would have just take the time to read it would have been better," said Cure.
"Ethanol is really an important part to our economy," said Kent Wells from Grand Island.
For some, they specifically come to these stations because of the blender pumps.
"When I'm in this area of town I make a point to come here because of that blender pump," said Wells.
The Nebraska Corn Board hopes that if gas stations build it they will come.
"It would be great to have more but you realize there are some costs involved," said Wells.