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.
Big news this week from Novozymes, which launched a new foam control enzyme that can replace chemicals in the sugarcane ethanol fermentation process. But that wasn’t the only innovation making headlines. Here’s your bioenergy news roundup with the details!
Numbers and analytics are a big part of how ethanol plants operate. Here’s how technical service can help ethanol producers understand and use the vast amount of information pouring out of their plants.
As summer temperatures soar across the U.S., ethanol plants are looking for ways to optimize production. But while the problem may be obvious, the solution is anything but.