In this week’s news roundup, we see the rising popularity of fuel ethanol—from its presence at more fuel retailers to its increasing role as an important energy source for other countries. And, with the E30 Challenge giving drivers the confidence to try higher blends, filling up with fuel ethanol is looking like a smarter (and easier) decision than ever.
This two-part series by Jesper Hedal Kløverpris, Sustainability Manager at Novozymes, looks at how ethanol can help us reduce greenhouse gas emissions—both today and in the decades ahead. In part one, we covered the link between transportation fuels and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. In part two, we’ll consider the role ethanol will ultimately play in tomorrow’s climate solutions, as well as what we can do today to help keep the world beneath the 2° threshold.
This two-part series by Jesper Hedal Kløverpris, Sustainability Manager at Novozymes, looks at how ethanol can help us reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and, ultimately, keep us below the 2° climate change threshold. In part one, we examine the link between transportation fuels and GHG emissions.
Americans just pumped a record percentage of fuel ethanol, and new reports show that DDGS exports — especially to Asian countries — are up across the board. Even New York City is making better use of bioenergy, replacing replacing a significant portion of its traditional heating oil with biodiesel. Get all the details in this week’s news roundup!