SECTIONS

HomeArticlesPodcastsJobs

Best regions for growing bioenergy crops identified

Atul Jain

February 26, 2016

BY University of Illinois

Advertisement

Advertisement

Related Stories

USDA: Corn use for ethanol production up significantly in December

Article image

By Erin Voegele

a day ago

CoproductsFeedstocks

The USDA recently released its Grain Crushings and Co-Products Production report for February, reporting that corn use for ethanol production was up in December when compared to both the previous month and December 2022.

Read More

A team of USDA ARS, university and industry scientists has spotted a new genetic vulnerability to tolpyralate herbicide in 49 varieties of corn, marking the first report of the weed control posing a danger to the staple crop.

Read More

The U.S. Department of Energy Bioenergy Technologies Office announced $29 million in funding to drive research, development, and demonstration of low-carbon-intensity, purpose-grown energy crops critical to accelerating a clean energy economy.

Read More

Research from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and UC Davis sheds new light on how to access the sugars locked up in plants to produce petroleum-free fuels, chemicals, and medicines.

Read More

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) released a summary report following its Deploying Purpose-Grown Energy Crops for Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) workshop held June 6-7, 2023, in Kansas City, Missouri.

Read More

Upcoming Events

Sign up for our e-newsletter!
BBI International Logo

@ Copyright 2024 - BBI International - All rights reserved.