Jeff Broin, founder, chairman, and CEO of POET led the growth of a small plant into the world’s largest producer of biofuels. POET designed, constructed and now operates 30 facilities located across 8 states, with a combined annual production capacity of 1.8 billion gallons of biofuels and 10 billion pounds of co-products that are marketed worldwide. POET is also pioneering cellulosic bioethanol at Project LIBERTY, one of the first plants of its kind. Broin has been a recognized innovator, entrepreneur, agriculturalist, business leader, philanthropist, spokesperson and national advocate for the biofuels industry on both the federal and state levels for 30 years.

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To achieve net-zero emissions and decarbonize the transportation sector, biofuels must be part of the solution. According to recent scientific research from @rhodium_group, #biofuels must play a role in our nation's climate agenda that @POTUS has put into place. #ClimateChange https://t.co/9QIfRdcihX

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Our friends at @mncorn announced a commitment of $1 million for ethanol infrastructure grant programs. This is huge investment in the future of higher blends of ethanol, and we look forward to working together to increase access to lower-carbon fuels! growthenergy.org/2021/04/15/min…

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.@POTUS's infrastructure plan should include expanding access to low carbon #biofuels, like plant-based ethanol, that can help us reduce emissions today. Thank you @RepCindyAxne. twitter.com/RepCindyAxne/s…

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.@RepCindyAxne is fighting to include #biofuels in any infrastructure legislation to be considered by Congress. To decarbonize the transportation sector, low-carbon fuel options like biofuels MUST be part of the solution. Thank you for taking action! twitter.com/RepCindyAxne/s…

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