Lynn Grooms hails from the Badger State. An agricultural journalist and contributing editor to Farm Industry News, she frequently covers the biofuels industry.
 

Posts by Lynn Grooms

Work continues to improve biomass harvest economics

Before using self-propelled balers and tractor trailers, growers were spending more time handling the bales after harvesting than they did creating....More

Branstad leads hearing today in support of RFS

"EPA’s proposal could cost nearly 45,000 jobs, have a negative ripple effect through the U.S. economy and hinder consumer choice at the pump.”....More

Did you watch 60 Minutes?

"Solyndra has nothing to do with biofuels," says Michael McAdams, Advanced Biofuels Association....More

STAR Energy to review month of E15 sales

Station's customers report better fuel economy with E15 than E10 because of the higher octane level....More

Cellulosic ethanol producers respond to EPA proposal to reduce volume requirements in RFS

If the EPA proposal is not revised, it would be a mistake, says Abengoa Bioenergy's Chris Standlee....More

Testimonies on RFS reveal “stakes have never been higher”

The EPA proposal would "jeopardize the tremendous success our nation’s farmers have seen as a result of the certainty of the RFS with net farm income....More

EPA proposal, advanced biofuels industry’s “worst nightmare”

The ABFA conservatively forecasts the advanced biofuels industry to generate at least 3.2 billion RINs in 2013, exceeding this year’s target by at....More

Voice RFS level concerns at protecttherfs.com

“Corn prices have already dropped to the cost of production, and this will likely further squeeze corn producers and negatively impact income growth....More

EPA proposes 2014 RFS volumes, seeks input on “Blend Wall”

“Using the E10 blendwall as an excuse to reduce ethanol use rewards oil companies for doing nothing to comply with the RFS or inevitability of higher....More

Setting easy-to-reach RFS levels sends wrong message

“A reduction in public policy support for ethanol would only increase the perceived risk that in the future EPA would also reduce its support for....More

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