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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Moving to a nationwide E15 standard would save $12.2 billion in fuel costs - every year. That's meaningful for American drivers. https://t.co/0YVDOqVekX

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We recently hosted U.S. Sen. Steve Daines at the CHS refinery in Laurel, Montana. The event included a tour and a discussion about domestic energy policy, and how the refinery supports our customers and owners across rural America. https://t.co/xe0NF7MSUb

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.@RepCheri in @FoxBusiness: When we blend ethanol into our gasoline, it reduces harmful emissions almost in half, brings down the price for consumers by up to 60 cents per gallon and supports American farmers. foxbusiness.com/energy/ethanol…

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Japan has committed to taking all available measures to double demand for bioethanol, including for sustainable aviation fuel and on-road fuel, by 2030 to reduce dependence on imported petroleum. This move translates to roughly over an E3 blend → whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/…

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