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Cellulosic ethanol produced with Cellerate receives EPA certification for cellulosic biofuels RINs

  • Jan 27, 2016
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    Catching up with an expanding technology

    A specialized corn that makes producing ethanol easier is gaining traction in the market, but the process takes time and requires plenty of research....More
  • Jun 16, 2015
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    Walmart’s Sustainability scorecard: How do you measure up?

    Last week Robert Kaplan, director of sustainability for Walmart, announced he was moving on after four years of promoting sustainability at the world’s largest retailer. In his farewell letter, Kaplan outlined some of the achievements Walmart made during that time. Among them: -Eliminated nearly 20 million metric tons of greenhouse gas; -Collaborated with Target, one of its biggest competitors, to bring more sustainable personal care and beauty products to the shelf; and,...More
  • Dec 31, 2014
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    Iowa grant request seeks infrastructure improvement, could also improve market for higher ethanol blends

    "With infrastructure being one of the primary hurdles to the sale of higher ethanol blends, we anticipate that this legislation would be a very significant step towards allowing more retailers to make the decision to sell higher blends of ethanol,” says Dawn Carlson, Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Stores of Iowa....More
  • Dec 23, 2014
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    Leifmark, New Holland Agriculture collaborate on corn stover harvest test

    New Holland Agriculture's BigBaler 340 produces a 3x4x8-ft. bale of corn stover about every minute....More
  • Dec 5, 2014
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    USDA announces grants this week to stimulate bioeconomy

    Since the Advanced Biofuel Payment Program's inception, USDA has made more than $280 million in payments that have helped support production of more than 5.8 billion gallons of advanced biofuel and the equivalent of more than 58 billion kilowatt hours of electric energy....More
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