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RNG: Zero Scope 1 Emissions and Negative Carbon Intensity

 

RNG recycles carbon and reduces our dependence on fossil natural gas

 

By Shashi Menon, EcoEngineers

 

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California LCFS: Will credit generation match deficit generation?

 

The LCFS is demonstrating to the world that good policy can drive decarbonization

 

By Shashi Menon, EcoEngineers

 

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EcoEngineers publishes report on the future of the LCFS

 

California LCFS: Low-Carbon Fuel Supply Scenario Analysis Overview

California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard (CA-LCFS) has created one of the biggest regional carbon markets for the transportation sector. As the world transitions toward a low-carbon economy, governments and businesses across the world are looking for proven templates to decarbonize the transportation sector. Read more

How to move your business forward in a time of too much ethanol

 

Many hardships facing ethanol producers, but there is a silver lining

 

By Jim Ramm, P.E., EcoEngineers

 

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Brazil’s ethanol industry rebounds for Q3

 

Brazil lowered RenovaBio’s 2020 target 50% due to the impact of COVID-19 on fuel markets

 

By Gabriel Miranda, EcoEngineers

 

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Why should you care about the VRIN?

 

The VRIN is an important piece to maintaining RFS compliance

 

By Jim Ramm, P.E., EcoEngineers

 

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RenovaBio marks important milestones, setbacks

 

Recent events show the program holds strong despite COVID-19 market upheaval

 

By Gabriel Miranda, EcoEngineers

 

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The door is open for ethanol producers and CCS

 

Combined impact of two legislations will result in many carbon capture projects.

 

By Dr. Roxby Hartley, EcoEngineers

 

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Black gold: Iowa’s soils can be a Fort Knox for carbon storage

 

Analysis of multiple studies shows cover crops’ potential in the Midwest

 

By Dr. Zhichao Wang, P.E., and Jim Ramm, P.E., EcoEngineers

 

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Midwest soil could be huge carbon reservoir

 

Cover Crops and Soil Organic Carbon Increase Potential for Farmland to Act as a Carbon Sink

 

By Dr. Zhichao WangShashi Menon, and Jim Ramm, P.E., EcoEngineers

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