Numbers and analytics are a big part of how ethanol plants operate. Here’s how technical service can help ethanol producers understand and use the vast amount of information pouring out of their plants.
As summer temperatures soar across the U.S., ethanol plants are looking for ways to optimize production. But while the problem may be obvious, the solution is anything but.
In August 2015 I covered the top 3 reasons why biofuels are better for the U.S., and wanted to broaden that focus and explore the benefits of biofuels worldwide.
It isn’t news that annual harvests are crucial time periods for ethanol plants. From corn quality and starch content to enzyme dosage to process changes, there are a variety of considerations plant managers must make pre-harvest. Moreover, the amount of time plants spend on preparation varies anywhere from none at all to four weeks.