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The Importance of Net-Zero Ethanol

 

In a world demanding net-zero, the way forward for ethanol is to take advantage of its carbon sinks

 

By Jim Ramm, P.E., EcoEngineers

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Is Electric Vehicle Adoption Turning a Corner?

 

The transportation sector is under intense pressure to decarbonize, and EVs could be the key

 

By Daniel Ciarcia, EcoEngineers

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ICYMI: Dairy Discussions with Iowa State and IEDA

The following is a press release from the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, published on Dec. 17, 2020.

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Electric Vehicles — Why Now?

The first of four quarterly presentations on the electric vehicle market presented an overview of the vehicle and charging technology, discussed on the market and regulatory trends that are impacting EV adoption, and presented various strategies to harness renewable energy for net-zero transportation.

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Eco Crystal Ball: A Look Back & Look Ahead for Biodiesel & Renewable Diesel

The third and final installment in our “crystal ball” series focused on biodiesel and renewable diesel! In this webinar originally held on Feb. 16, 2021, the experts at EcoEngineers looked back at 2020 and looked forward to 2021.

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Eco Crystal Ball: A Look Back & Look Ahead for Ethanol

The second webinar in our “crystal ball” series was all about ethanol! In this webinar originally held on Jan. 27, 2021, the experts at EcoEngineers looked back at 2020 and looked forward to 2021.

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Profiting on the Road to Zero Carbon: Our presentation from Campus Energy 2021

The Campus Energy 2021 event was held virtually Feb. 16-19, 2021. It was jam-packed with “excellent technical content, valuable peer exchange, and open constructive dialogue with business partners in a relaxed, collegial atmosphere.”

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Eco Crystal Ball: A Look Back & Look Ahead for RNG

The first webinar in our “crystal ball” series was all about renewable natural gas! In this webinar originally held on Dec. 15, 2020, the experts at EcoEngineers looked back at 2020 and looked forward to 2021.

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