2011 Ethanol Symposium Kicks off New Year

Joanna Schroeder

Although January is just around the corner, it’s not too late to add an event to your calendar.

The 2011 Ethanol Symposium: An Examination of Demand vs. Availability is scheduled for January 14 at Rio Hondo College in Whittier, CA. This free event is part of the Clean Transportation Education Project, a collaboration of the Clean Cities Coalition and the N.C. Solar Center at North Carolina State University and Wake Technical Community College. It is funded through the U.S. DOE. The symposium begins at 8:00 a.m. PST and ends at 4:00 p.m.

Confirmed speakers include: Judy Chu, California Congresswoman 32nd District;  Rich Cregar, Wake Tech College; Peter Ward, California Energy Commission; Joe Irvin, California Ethanol Vehicle Coalition; Paul Wikoff, Policy Advisor for CEVC; Warren Turner, V.P., Sweet Sorghum Ethanol Association; Lunch Keynote Speaker A.G. Kawamura, Secretary of CDFA; and more.

The Clean Transportation Education Project is holding a total of 36 workshops over two years covering ethanol, biodiesel, natural gas as a transportation fuel and fuel efficiency topics.

For more information contact Jennifer at Purpose Focused.

Biodiesel, biofuels, Education, Ethanol