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.
In an industry as fast moving as bioenergy, ensuring your workforce stays abreast of the latest advancements can be a challenge, especially because bioenergy production comprises a diverse workforce with varying levels of skills and experience.
On the second day of the 2015 Fuel Ethanol Workshop and Expo (FEW) in Minneapolis, Novozymes Training Specialist Rachel Burton presented “Next Generation Training for Ethanol Plants” to a room filled with members of the ethanol industry.
Senior Data Scientist Nicholas Giffen gave the final of four talks presented by the Novozymes team during the 2015 Fuel Ethanol Workshop and Expo (FEW) at the Minneapolis Convention Center on June 3.