Achieving the Biorefinery of the Future


With several state, federal, and voluntary carbon market (VCM) incentives available, the ethanol industry has a unique opportunity to reinvent itself. The range of clean fuel regulations across the U.S. and Canada, along with the IRA and bipartisan Infrastructure Law, provide new opportunities to decarbonize ethanol.

In this webinar, we discuss how ethanol producers can incorporate technologies such as carbon capture and sequestration (CCS), hydrogen, renewable natural gas (RNG), biomass based heat, renewable electricity, and sustainable agriculture to significantly lower the carbon intensity (CI) of their products in order to access future compliance, voluntary and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) markets.

In addition, we will discuss why partnerships with supply chains that embrace sustainable farming practices create a holistic approach to reducing the CI score of an ethanol plant’s products and overall carbon footprint. Our expert panelists will dissect the potential benefits, challenges, the regulatory landscape shaping this transformative journey, and provide recommendations on how ethanol producers can successfully chart a path toward a greener, more sustainable future.



Tanya Peacock
Tanya Peacock
Saumya Pandey
Chelsea Oren
Mark Heckman
Jim Ramm, P.E.

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