We are thrilled to welcome EcoEngineers, Syngenta, and Nalco to Growth Energy as associate members! Each company brings a unique perspective to our already diverse and growing membership.

EcoEngineers is a renewable energy consulting firm specializing in clean energy regulations and performing the following services: Audit, Compliance Management, and Consulting. We deliver clean energy production across multiple industry sectors with our systematic, proven 360° approach. They hold a deep appreciation for what drives innovation and investment in clean energy projects, and their team of experts will guide you through the regulatory process from concept to commissioning. Their 360° project approach has evolved through hard-earned experience and unites their talented team with their core strengths — training and education, regulatory engagement, life-cycle analysis, asset optimization, compliance management, and audit — to deliver the results you seek and the return you count on.

Syngenta is a leading agriculture company helping to improve global food security by enabling millions of farmers to make better use of available resources. Through world class science and innovative crop solutions, their 28,000 employees in over 90 countries are working to transform how crops are grown.

Nalco Water is the world’s leading provider of water treatment and process improvements, partnering with customers who seek innovative solutions for water and resource constraints. As an Ecolab company, they’re perfectly aligned with the corporate vision to be the global leader in water, hygiene and energy technology and services.

We are humbled by these new members’ commitment to our association and will continue to provide timely and important updates as we navigate the challenges ahead coming weeks and months.

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“We are pleased to see this first step toward removing onerous labeling and underground tank requirements and expanding access to E15 for American drivers,” said Growth Energy CEO Emily Skor. More on the latest from @EPA in @Reutersreuters.com/article/idUSL1…

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Important work still remains to defeat the offensive attempt by refiners to avoid biofuel blending obligations, and we’re confident the incoming Biden team will uphold campaign commitments to restoring integrity to the RFS. growthenergy.org/2021/01/15/gro…

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On E15, the best outcome is removing the E15 label entirely, and we look forward to working with the Biden Administration to address any remaining retail and infrastructure barriers to cleaner, more affordable fuel options. twitter.com/GrowthEnergy/s… https://t.co/6FkUMtrexe

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NEW → The EPA just announced it is: 1. Opening rulemaking regarding E15 fuel dispenser labeling + compatibility with underground storage tanks 2. Requesting comment on petitions for a waiver of 2019 + 2020 RFS growthenergy.org/2021/01/15/gro…

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