Our CEO Emily Skor wrote to Ethanol Producer Magazine’s (EPM) to highlight a new study released by Growth Energy and authored by Ramboll, a global research and management firm specializing in sustainable development, that presents the latest data on U.S. agricultural innovation and illuminate gaps in EPA’s understanding of U.S. biofuel production. The article was originally published on EPM’s website and will run it its print magazine in November:

“Time and again, we’ve seen efforts to suppress homegrown biofuels and hold back America’s clean energy future through the same outdated and misleading claims,” wrote Skor. “That’s why the team at Growth Energy has been working to build a stronger RFS by highlighting the continued success of a strong RFS program. As part of that effort, we recently released a new report authored by Ramboll, a global research and management firm specializing in sustainable development. It presents the latest data on U.S. agricultural innovation, provides a detailed review of recent studies and illuminates gaps in EPA’s understanding of U.S. biofuel production. It also shows how—from the lab to the farm—new innovations have allowed us to ramp up biofuel production year after year, without expanding our environmental footprint.”

Continue reading the story on EPM’s website here.

Latest Updates see all

get email updates on our work and how you can help

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Connect

We're with @ChuckGrassley on this! We've seen dozens of biofuel plants shutdown or idle because of @EPA's oil refinery exemptions, and we can't put more at risk with an incomplete deal. Don't let the EPA break President Trump's promise!  radioiowa.com/2019/11/12/gra…

via @GrowthEnergy

Free and open trade between nations allows businesses around the globe to grow and stay innovative. Supporting #USMCAnow means supporting American jobs and innovation. https://t.co/7SOMked22B

via @GrowthEnergy

Ethanol has a naturally high octane content, and as more automakers are move to higher compression, higher efficiency engines, high ethanol blends will help make sure those engines run smooth. https://t.co/26TzM6vb3L

via @GrowthEnergy

Proud of our friends at @AmericanEthanol for fueling @NASCAR to 15 million miles on the track with Sunoco Green #E15! https://t.co/c1xB0tEwfn

via @GrowthEnergy