Mitch Miller is the vice-chairman of the Growth Energy Board, and currently serves as the chief executive officer of NUVU Fuels, the president of the board at Iroquois Bio-Energy Company, and vice president of One Ethanol. Miller has had an extensive history in the ethanol industry dating back to 1994. Miller’s education has been in Process Plant Technology from Bismarck State College and Technical Business Management from Southwest State University in Minnesota.

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Ethanol & biodiesel are both American-made #Biofuels that can be locally-grown & help lower greenhouse gas emissions. Did you know? In 2021, the U.S. was a net exporter of biofuels, sending 800 million gallons to our allies. #NCEW22 https://t.co/2KzIaEf7uc

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