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Algae from clogged waterways could serve as biofuels, fertilizer

American Chemical Society

April 2, 2015

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New study showcases corn farming’s contribution to the economy

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By National Corn Growers Assocaition

July 19, 2024

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Corn growers were responsible for a $151 billion boost to the U.S. economy in 2023, according to a new report released in July by the NCGA. The report looked at a number of ways in which corn growers shaped the economy.

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The DOE has announced its intent to fund partnerships between industry stakeholders and Feedstock-Conversion Interface Consortium researchers. The partnerships will address the cost and risk impacts of feedstock and process variability.

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U.S. farm groups are urging the Biden administration to maximize the benefits of the 45Z clean fuels production tax credit by ensuring only fuels made using domestically produced feedstocks are eligible and improving climate-smart ag provisions.

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Ethanol holds promise as an SAF feedstock, due in no small part to its availability of supply relative to lipid feedstocks, which are feeling global pressure.

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Advised by several former CEOs from big-name companies, Avina Clean Hydrogen is on an ambitious lateral pursuit in Illinois: sustainable aviation fuel production via ETJ.

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