Forecasters are predicting big up-ticks in production and demand for ethanol in Colombia, as well as for the global biomass pellet market as a whole. Plus, researchers in the Yukon are putting ethanol to work directly to clean up water pollution caused by mining. All this and more ahead in our weekly news roundup!
A new study has shown that biodiesel may have additional benefits over regular diesel that we didn’t yet know about, and we also got a mid-year status check on the Brazilian ethanol industry as a whole. But in the week’s biggest news, Mexico approved its own national mandate for blending fuel ethanol in gasoline. Keep reading for these stories and more in our weekly bioenergy news roundup!
Distillers dried grains with solubles (DDGS) are an important co-product of the ethanol production process. In this article, we’ll take a look at how DDGS are used, how they contribute to ethanol’s overall sustainability and technological improvements to make them even better.
While the U.S. Navy reinforces its alignment with bioenergy allies in the Southern Hemisphere, new ethanol projects continue to make headlines on North American soil. Read on for these and more new stories from this week in bioenergy!