AEC: RFS Schedule Agreement Makes Sense

WASHINGTON — Brooke Coleman, executive director of the Advanced Ethanol Council (AEC), released the following statement today in response to the announcement by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that it

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A Good Start

WASHINGTON — Today, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), American Petroleum Institute (API), and American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM) announced an agreement in which the EPA will issue the proposed

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University of Wisconsin Study Based on Shaky Foundation of Faulty Data and Conclusions

A recent study published in Environmental Research Letters by authors at the University of Wisconsin uses error-prone satellite data to suggest that growth in U.S. corn and soybean production from

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Third Way Report Details Link Between First and Second-Generation Ethanol

WASHINGTON — Third Way released a report today titled “Cellulosic Ethanol is Getting a Big Boost from Corn, for Now” highlighting the connection between first and second-generation ethanol and the

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AEC Applauds Third Way RFS Report

WASHINGTON — Third Way released a new report today detailing the commercial deployment of cellulosic ethanol and its link to the existing ethanol industry. Brooke Coleman, executive director of the

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Economic Models are One Thing — Reality is Another

WASHINGTON — Science Magazine has published yet another study from environmental activist and attorney Timothy Searchinger today that re-packages his already disproven theory of food vs. fuel. His assertions about

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Ethanol and Agriculture Groups Challenge Anti-Biofuels Effort

WASHINGTON — Ethanol and agriculture industry groups came together today to advocate for continued funding of U.S. blender pump initiatives and U.S. export promotion efforts in a letter to the

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San Francisco Welcomes E85

WASHINGTON — Today marks the first offering of E85 to flex-fuel vehicle owners in San Francisco. Pearson Fuels and All Stars Fuel will be celebrating the high-octane E85 at today’s

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New USDA Report Offers Fresh Insights into Ethanol and Co-products Production

In February, the National Agriculture Statistics Service (the statistical arm of USDA) published its first reconstituted “Grain Crushings and Co-products Production” report. The report offers—for the first time—comprehensive surveyed data

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Automotive Experts Counter Jay Leno’s Uncharacteristic Diatribe

WASHINGTON — Today, two well respected automotive and ethanol experts have come out against Jay Leno’s column “Can’t We Just Get Rid of Ethanol” in Autoweek magazine. Bob Reynolds, the

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