Novozymes Talks Flexibility for Ethanol at FEW

John Davis

Novozymes_logo_leftNovozymes, our sponsor for coverage at the upcoming Fuel Ethanol Workshop (FEW), June 1 – 4 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, will be talking about the company’s flexible solutions to increase ethanol plant profitability and achieve operational goals during FEW. Novozymes invites everyone to stop by its booth #1021 and chat with its knowledgeable team.

Get a sneak peek at Novozymes Bioenergy University – an online training platform to help you boost your operators’ competencies
Play Ethanol Challenge – our fun, interactive new game that explores ethanol production (each day’s top scorer wins an iPad, and everybody who plays gets a prize!)
Fuel your own engine at the Common Ground Cafe – our coffee bar

We also encourage you to join Novozymes in the following FEW sessions:

Yield maximization: propagation and fermentation optimization
Presenter: Derek Payne, Research Associate

Tues., June 2, 1:30-3 p.m.
Track 1: Production and operations
Exploring best practices for yield maximization

Use of innovative enzyme technology for the generation of advanced biofuels from grain
Presenter: Aaron Hawkins, Scientist – Technical Service – Biomass

Tues., June 2, 1:30-3 p.m.
Track 4: Cellulosic and advanced ethanol
Grabbing that next rung: Advanced ethanol production for existing starch producers

Next generation training for ethanol plants
Presenter: Rachel Burton, Industry Technology Specialist

Wed., June 3, 10:30 a.m.-noon
Track 2: Leadership and financial management
Sharpening your staff saw: Training and tools to get the very best performance from your team

Flexible enzymatic solutions for an ever-changing market
Presenter: Nicholas Giffen, Scientist – Data Analysis

Wed., June 3, 1:30-3 p.m.
Track 1: Production and operations
Big data II: Putting information to work optimizing fermentation

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