Just in time for the Memorial Day weekend, American ethanol has reached a new milestone—meanwhile, one Florida city has taken the plunge and switched completely over to home-grown renewable fuel. These stories and more ahead in your weekly news roundup!
Fuel ethanol’s role in the fight against climate change
Capitalizing on the financial power of renewable energy: COP22
Novozymes launches foam control for sugarcane ethanol
Especially with the summer season fast approaching, the ethanol industry is committed to enabling more choice at the pump for consumers across the U.S. This week’s top bioenergy stories all speak to that effort—whether those consumers are planning a trip down the road or downriver.
European corn ethanol producers have survived – and sometimes thrived – in the face of uncertain legislative and market conditions. This is largely due to the industry’s ability to innovate and diversify to get the most out of raw materials and market conditions. The same is true of our US counterparts, and in this article we’ll be looking at three recent developments in the US corn ethanol industry that may serve as inspiration to European producers.
Today, less than five years after Novozymes opened a state-of-the-art advanced manufacturing facility in Blair, NE, Governor Pete Ricketts announced that the company has selected the site for its most recent expansion efforts in North America.