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FEW, ACE, and more combine for one loaded virtual conference

 

International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo

Sept. 15-17, 2020  |  Virtual  |  Register here

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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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Eco Insights Episode 3: Checking in on the Clean Energy Economy

The experts at EcoEngineers check in and take a pulse on what’s happening in the Clean Energy Economy. On the docket are the USEPA’s new “gap filings,” electric and hydrogen pathways coming to market, updates on Brazil’s RenovaBio market, how ethanol producers are getting innovative in uncertain times, and emerging voluntary markets. Read more

You’re invited to “CI: Go Low or Stay Home”

We’d like to invite you to our upcoming webinar, CI: Go Low or Stay Home. The live event will be at 2 p.m. CST on Tuesday, June 30, 2020.
 
Join EcoEngineers and its team of Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) regulatory and life-cycle analysis experts as they discuss LCFS reporting data from 2019 and the resulting projected carbon intensity (CI) scores required for biofuels headed to the California market to remain competitive through 2023. 
 
What you will learn in the webinar:    
  • Overview of LCFS compliance curves and CI targets
  • The CI score your fuel will need to remain competitive to 2023
  • The levers you can pull to lower your CI now
  • A Q&A Session with our experts

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Eco Insights Episode 2, Part 1: Equity, finance, and lending for bioenergy projects

We invited two of our strategic partners to talk about biofuels investments and how the market is doing at this point in 2020. Aaron Ratner, Operating Partner from Cross River Infrastructure, and Max Vernier, Vice President of Bioenergy at Live Oak Bank, join us for our Episode 2 of Eco Insights. Read more

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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