Here are links to some stories this week about ethanol plants in the news.
New ethanol plant technology will be tested in Iowa
France wants to be the number one ethanol producer in Europe
The Missouri Soybean Association (MSA) and Corn Growers Association (MCGA) today jointly announced their opposition to building biodiesel and ethanol facilities in counties that have adopted health ordinances to restrict livestock and poultry production.
Wyoming Ethanol Racing announced today that Ethanol Promotion and Information Council (EPIC) will be its title sponsor for the 2006 racing season.
The Renewable Fuels Association held it’s winter meeting this week in Washington DC – bringing together some of the biggest industry leaders to discuss legislative issues pertaining to ethanol.
It seems that ethanol is a recurring theme in State of the State addresses this year. The latest is Governor Jim Doyle of Wisconsin, where lawmakers are considering a 10 percent ethanol mandate for the state.
Demand for ethanol in Brazil is helping to increase sugar prices
Will increased use of biofuels lead to more people starving in the world?
Reducing dependence on “expensive, polluting, terror-promoting foreign oil” is the goal of New York Governor George Pataki’s comprehensive energy plan unveiled today.