Especially with the summer season fast approaching, the ethanol industry is committed to enabling more choice at the pump for consumers across the U.S. This week’s top bioenergy stories all speak to that effort—whether those consumers are planning a trip down the road or downriver.
Corn ethanol could be the solution to the sugarcane off-season that Brazil has been looking for. Plus, more fuel choices are in store for Texas’ Dallas-Fort Worth region. Keep reading for these stories and more in your weekly bioenergy news roundup!
The ethanol industry is applauding the introduction of a bill to extend the Reid vapor pressure (RVP) waiver to ethanol blends above 10%. Meanwhile, Europeans are asking for bioenergy to make up a bigger portion of their energy mix and, based on a new study of ethanol’s impact on the U.S. economy, it’s not hard to see why. It’s all here in your weekly news roundup!
Happy New Year! We’re starting off 2017 with a milestone reached by E15 as well as an interesting finding from Hawaiian researchers, whose study has identified two bioenergy crops that store the bulk of their carbon in soil. These stories and more in this year’s first weekly news roundup!