Climate goals in the European Union place a 7% cap on crop-based biofuels, a standard that renewables organizations, both in Europe and the U.S., say is unnecessary and not backed by science.
As sustainability and low-carbon commodities become increasingly sought out, several companies are working to connect grain buyers—like ethanol plants—and growers who practice sustainable farming. It's a promising trend for biofuels and agriculture.
Addressing the financial risk of the current market, IncubEx and Nodal Exchange are adding capital efficiencies to the industry with the first ever physically-delivered RIN futures contracts for D codes 3, 4, 5, and 6. It's a compelling new hedge.
DuPont's XCELISÂ® AI enhances ethanol plant operational assessment with data-driven analyses and predictive modeling driven by science and engineering fundamentals. The new tools will help de-risk decision making and enhance plant optimization.