Dan Sanders is the chairman of the Growth Energy Board and the vice president 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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Drivers choose E15 because it saves money, but also the environment. COVID-19 has brought attention to the quality of the air we breathe, and how ethanol can be a solution to reducing toxic emissions from gasoline. Watch and SHARE this new video on why. https://t.co/g7UzunsbWe
This week's Kansans Fueling Kansas features Joe Kreutzer of Prairie Horizon Agri-Energy in Phillipsburg, KS. Listen to learn more about locally-made ethanol and then visit https://t.co/F9n52OuLh5 to learn where you can find an E15 fuel pump near you! https://t.co/GglCY1Ed8C