Improvements in Ethanol Process Result in Lower GHG Emissions

America is home to the most innovative, productive and efficient ethanol and grain producers in the world. As I noted in two previous blog posts on improvements in farming practices

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From Farm to Biorefinery: Ethanol Production Efficiency Improves

In the second part of RFA’s series on the improving efficiencies of corn ethanol production, the focus will be specifically on input use—both on the farm and at the biorefinery.

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Washington – American farmers and ethanol producers are both the most productive and most efficient of any across the globe.  As the Renewable Fuels Association pointed out last week, American

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RFA Responds to President Obama on Ethanol

Washington – The Renewable Fuels Association today responded to comments made by President Obama at an event in Atkinson, Illinois, about America’s existing ethanol industry and the need to develop

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First Responders Receive Ethanol Emergency Training in Northern Ohio

Washington – The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA), Ohio Clean Cities Coalition, and the Earth Day Coalition’s Clean Transport Program will be co-hosting an Ethanol Safety Seminar in Cleveland and Painesville,

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Dear President Obama

Dear President Obama: Your scheduled tour of rural communities through the Upper Midwest this week will no doubt provide you with firsthand knowledge of the challenges and opportunities present in

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DOE Updated Study Highlights Potential of Next Generation Biofuels

Washington – An update to the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Billion Ton Study first conducted in 2005 reaffirms the belief that America possesses ample biomass resources (grasses, ag wastes, wood wastes,

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Washington – Over the past 30 years, and in particular in the past decade, ethanol production has quietly become increasingly efficient.  From improvements in corn production to greater efficiencies at

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More Ethanol, Fewer Inputs, Increasing Benefits: More Corn on Fewer Acres, Less Water

Over the past 30 years, and in particular in the past decade, ethanol production has quietly become increasingly efficient.  From improvements in corn production to greater efficiencies at ethanol biorefineries,

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RFA Comment on the Debt Deal and Ethanol

Please find below a comment from RFA President and CEO Bob Dinneen on the current debt deal and the future of ethanol and energy tax policy under this agreement: “The

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