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Producers Share Revolutionary Efforts at Corn Ethanol Plants

Submitted by on August 7, 2014 – 2:13 pmNo Comment

by Katie Fletcher (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  Many ethanol advocates attending and speaking at the 2014 American Coalition for Ethanol conference are not strangers to the ethanol industry. Even though they have been with the industry for a while, many reject doing things in the same old way. Collectively, they want to help the industry move toward the leading edge through innovative actions. Producers at the conference spoke on how they are differentiating themselves from the pack, and refuse to be satisfied with the same old, same old.

Producers from Adkins Energy LLC, Dakota Ethanol, Prairie Horizon Agri-Energy LLC and Quad County Corn Processors made up the panel of speakers. Innovation covered the gamut,  including corn ethanol plants featuring corn oil biodiesel, renewable diesel, and cellulosic ethanol production.  READ MORE

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