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SAF’s Billion-Ton Question

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By Luke Geiver

July 16, 2024

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A new U.S. DOE report helps answer a basic—but big—question about the future of the U.S. SAF industry: Is there enough biomass feedstock to meet the nation’s goals?

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In June, the industry gathered in Minnesota for the largest, longest-running ethanol conference in the world. After four decades, the FEW remains a can’t-miss early summer event for ethanol plant personnel and the companies that support them. Photos: BBI/Sarah Morreim

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The Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) on July 11 announced up to $36 million in funding to develop technologies to lower nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions by 50% from the cultivation of corn and sorghum used for U.S. ethanol production.

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USGC staff and representatives traveled to Vancouver, Canada, in June to join Advanced Biofuels Canada in hosting a sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) policy roundtable on the sidelines of a USDA agribusiness trade mission.

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Growth Energy on July 10 celebrated another round of applications for the USDA’s Higher Blends Infrastructure Incentive Program (HBIIP), writing more than half of all applications submitted by site count.

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