Dan Sanders is the chairman of the Growth Energy Board and the CEO of Front Range Energy, an ethanol production facility located in Windsor, Colo. After helping to form Front Range Energy in 2004, Sanders led the development of the company which started production in mid-2006. He has over 13 years of experience in the ethanol industry and has been active in promoting biofuels through both public relation and educational campaigns in Colorado, and industry advocacy work on Capitol Hill. Sanders holds a business management degree from Arizona State University, and has served on Growth Energy’s board of directors since 2013.

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“The funds awarded today by the @ENERGY will undoubtedly accelerate the innovations taking place at U.S. #ethanol plants, opening new opportunities for low-cost, low-carbon energy,” says @GrowthEnergy's Emily Skor. https://t.co/Em0ya2ITJ8

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As @POTUS has said, we simply can’t get to net-zero by 2050 without biofuels. Today’s announcement shows that @ENERGY remains committed to that mission. twitter.com/eeregov/status…

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"The more biofuel in the mixture, the cleaner it burns." -- Dr. Daniel Schrag, Harvard University professor of public policy, geology, and environmental science and engineering. https://t.co/MLVXXn8N2i

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Tune in 📺 Ethanol myth busting with Dr. Andy Randolph of @ECRengines → "In reality, ethanol is excellent for car - the high octane, the price, and the energy security, all things that are very important to us as a country right now." youtu.be/X69XSAg2J4w

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