The American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE) will be co-locating its 33rd annual conference this year in conjunction with the rescheduled International Fuel Ethanol Workshop (FEW) & Expo on August 25, in Omaha, Nebraska.
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and the economic hardship it’s brought to bear on the ethanol industry, ACE believes hosting this year’s gathering in association with another industry event is in the best interest of its members. The conference theme of “Rising Up” embodies the resilience demonstrated by the ethanol industry in response to the pandemic and the grit to recover stronger than before.
“ACE is looking forward to returning to Omaha and offering our conference attendees the opportunity to expand upon the content and connections they’re able to obtain in one place through this year’s partnership with BBI,” said Brian Jennings, ACE CEO. “While 2020 may go down as a historic low point for the ethanol industry, ACE members are showing their grit and resilience by continuing to power the economic engine that is the ethanol industry. Join us in ‘rising up’ and moving forward August 25 in Omaha.”
ACE conference attendees will be able to freely attend sessions at the FEW and Biodiesel Production Technology Summit. In an unprecedented move, event owner and operator BBI International is providing unlimited free passes for producers of ethanol and biomass-based diesel to attend the FEW. Registration details are available via the fuelethanolworkshop.com. Stay tuned for more agenda details in the upcoming weeks.