A new report has found that the lion’s share of new U.S. vehicles now explicitly allows E15, or a 15% ethanol blend, to be used for fuel. Nebraska drivers, meanwhile, already got that memo, and are slated to save $17 million in fuel costs this year thanks to their ethanol use. Keep reading for these stories and more in your weekly bioenergy news roundup!
On the heels of last week’s Renewable Fuel Standard news in the U.S., both Canada and Finland announced details about their respective strategies to reach 2030 climate targets. Iowa, meanwhile, may be getting a new 120M-gallon ethanol facility in 2018. Your weekly news roundup is just ahead!
Today marks the beginning of what will be a truly historic meeting.
Americans are buying more ethanol at the pump — and that’s a good thing, especially considering the October Pink Out promotion that’s raising funds for (and awareness of) breast cancer. This story and more in your weekly bioenergy news roundup!