The benefits of using ethanol as a biofuel are well documented, but other uses of this valuable compound often go overlooked. The fact of the matter is ethanol has a multitude of applications across a broad range of industries.
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.
For years, consumers have received mixed messages about the corn ethanol industry’s feedstock of choice. This misconception fuels debates and harsh opinions of using ethanol as an alternative fuel source.
As you pull into your local gas station, pop open your tank and slide the nozzle in, if you’re like most people, the choice between 87, 89 or 93 octane gasoline is determined by the price. 87 is the cheapest