The USDA has officially opened applications for $100 million in grants to increase biofuel infrastructure. On Tuesday, U.S. Ag Sec. Tom Vilsack shared that funding is available through the Higher Blends Infrastructure Incentive Program. The funds aim to assist fuel retailers in building and retrofitting biofuel pumps, dispensers and storage tanks.

The result is hope for additional – and cheaper – options for consumers at the gas pump. Casey’s General Store, a popular fill-up brand in the Midwest, reported this funding is critical to keep up with clean fuel demand. The funding will cover up to 50% of total eligible costs for blends of at least 10% ethanol and 5% biodiesel. Applications are due November 21st.

Read more on the biofuel grants here.