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CropLife 100What About Ethanol?
March 6, 2009
Has there ever been a more topsy, turvy product category than ethanol? In the 2007 CropLife 100 survey, ethanol production Read More
ManagementWill Obama Talk Energy, Ethanol?
February 24, 2009
Tonight, President Barack Obama will address a joint session of Congress. Will he discuss the topics that you want to Read More
ManagementClark Leads Renewable Energy Effort
February 17, 2009
Four-star Gen. Wesley Clark will lead Growth Energy as a co-chairman, the group announced during the recent Good Jobs Green Read More
ManagementEthanol Emissions Less Than Gasoline
January 27, 2009
A group of University of Nebraska researchers found that corn-based ethanol emits 51 percent less greenhouse gas (GHG) than gasoline, Read More
ManagementVilsack, Chu Not Quite On Board With Higher Blends
January 27, 2009
New U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and Energy Secretary-designee Steven Chu were hesitant to join the higher ethanol-blend bandwagon during Read More
ManagementVeraSun Shuts Down Dozen Plants
January 27, 2009
VeraSun Energy Corp. announced that 12 of its 16 ethanol plants are shut down, as the company continues to work Read More
Seed/BiotechNew Ethanol Corn Seed Under Review
January 27, 2009
USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is reviewing a petition by Syngenta Seeds for a determination of nonregulated Read More
ManagementSchafer Expects Rapid Cellulosic Ethanol Growth
January 19, 2009
Current U.S. Agriculture Secretary Ed Schafer says cellulosic ethanol output could explode in just a few years. Ethanol production from Read More
ManagementBiofuel Stations Reach 1,900 Locations
January 12, 2009
The Stop In Food Store No. 67 at 1220 Seminole Trail in Charlottesville, VA is the 1,900th E85 station in Read More
ManagementTermites Provide Potential Ethanol Source
January 12, 2009
ZeaChem, a company that uses the microbes in termite guts to make ethanol, has raised $34 million to build its Read More
ManagementCan Ethanol Produce Electricity?
January 6, 2009
A research team in New Mexico is studying the possibility of putting biofuel into a fuel cell, according to a Read More
Seed/BiotechBiofuels Mandate Tough To Meet
December 22, 2008
Reuters reports that the U.S. government’s top energy forecasting agency annual forecast has mixed news about the country’s ability to Read More
ManagementLeaders Favor Ethanol Subsidies
December 9, 2008
A high-profile pair say the U.S. government should continue its commitment to ethanol and lift tariffs on international imports, according Read More
ManagementCourse Teaches Ethanol Production Basics
December 9, 2008
The trio of the Grain Elevator & Processing Society (GEAPS), Purdue University, and Kansas State Universit (KSU) are offering and Read More
Crop InputsEthanol Vehicle Brochures Available
December 1, 2008
The National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition’s updated 200 flexible fuel vehicle (FFV)/E85 (fuel containing up to 85% ethanol) brochure is now Read More
ManagementPro-Ethanol Group Defends Biofuels
December 1, 2008
Growth Energy, a new pro-ethanol group has rejected allegations by an anti-poverty group blaming biofuels for high food prices and Read More
ManagementEthanol Blamed For High Turkey Prices
November 24, 2008
A Newsmax.com article probably won’t surprise too many retailers whose customers grow corn. Just in time for Thanksgiving, the article Read More
ManagementBanker Says 40 Ethanol Plants In Trouble
November 24, 2008
An Omaha, NE, investment banker predicts as many as 40 ethanol plants could be in bankruptcy by early next year, Read More
ManagementPoll Says Biofuels Top Long-Term Energy Solutions
November 19, 2008
Biofuels top the list as the most acceptable avenue to long-term energy security in the U.S. That’s the conclusion of Read More
ManagementEthanol Coalition Pushes For Automaker Aid
November 19, 2008
The National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition (NEVC), the nation’s primary advocate of the use of E85 and high-level blends of ethanol Read More
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