Monthly Archives: March 2015

'Renewable Super Premium' Offers Boost to Biofuel Producers, Auto Industry

A group of DOE National Laboratory representatives have been in Washington this week making presentations to promote the benefits of what they call “Renewable Super Premium” (RSP) fuels. The researchers have found that ethanol fuel blends of between 25 and … Continue reading

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Analysis Shows Strong Sequestration Potential of Corn, Energy Grasses, Tree Systems

Bioenergy interests will be gratified by a recent paper from a team of U.S. researchers that demonstrates the soil sequestration potential of corn, energy grasses and tree systems. By undertaking the gargantuan task of reviewing approximately 100 studies from around … Continue reading

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Conservation Practices Give Producers 'Win/Win' in Helping Meet U.S. Energy Needs

Two years ago, Nebraska farmer Keith Olsen penned an op-ed for 25x’25 that underscores the consistent growth of conservation practices in crop production. Olsen recounted how traditional tillage and cropping practices on his family’s farm in the late 1960s have … Continue reading

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Value Chain Leaders to Iowa Ag Summit Attendees: Recognize Role of Renewable Energy

This weekend features an event that offers U.S. agriculture a prominent platform to highlight not only the practices that make American farmers the most productive in the world, but the policies that enable those practices as well. The first-ever Iowa … Continue reading

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