August 2016

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Business Briefs


Business Briefs

By Erin Voegele


Business Briefs

By Erin Voegele


Ryan Strickland

Globalization of Ethanol Impacts US Industry

By Ryan Strickland



Emily Skor, Growth Energy's new CEO, speaks about connecting with consumers, building relationships and tapping the power of social media.

Ethanol plants use a variety of strategies to find and keep engaged employees.

Succession planning involves candid discussions that pave the way for smooth transitions when facing retirements, or worse, unplanned vacancies in key positions.

CELEBRATION TALES: CVEC board chairman David Thompson receives a plaque from American Coalition for Ethanol executive vice president Brian Jennings.

CVEC Marks 20 Years

By Susanne Retka Schill

Stories reveal a can-do spirit at Chippewa Valley Ethanol Co.

As the Tier 3 deadline approaches, it's important to understand the difference between EPA and ASTM treatments of the element.

Tom Bryan, left, moderated a general session panel on marketplace access with Dave VanderGriend, UAI, Rober White, RFA, and Mike O’Brien, Growth Energy.

All Things Biofuel

By Susanne Retka Schill

Producers meet in Milwaukee at the International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo.

In-house pellet plant labs enable fuel quality monitoring, an asset for regularly audited producers.

There are real concerns about what Brexit means for the future of the U.K.'s renewable energy sector, which has grown significantly with the help of EU-funded investments and subsidies.

Depending on boiler or plant size and expected lifespan, two major technologies—dry sorbent injection systems and wet scrubbers—can help biomass users effectively remove acid gases for emissions compliance.


The Intricacies of Pyrolyzer Furnace Design

By Bradley Waites, Pamela Buzzetta and Crystal Bleecher

Design considerations can make the difference in bringing a pyrolyzer technology to market versus burying it in the pyrolysis graveyard.

Chip quality market data will enable Baltic States to further capitalize on the energy chip export industry as it expands.


Regs and Bacon

By Anna Simet

North Carolina's renewable energy mandate is advantageous to pork producers, if conditions are right.

An experienced OEM offers the experience, advice and capabilities project developers need to maximize project efficiency.

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