Plants in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Columbus, Nebraska, will be closed four months based on current conditions.
COVID-19 slams ethanol industry as workers work from home, curtail non-essential travel.
Purdue University study explores economic benefit from expanding wind energy infrastructure.
Released in early April, the annual fuel retailer report shows a 38% increase in E15 sales across Iowa in 2019.
Farmers are trying to navigate the coronavirus outbreak and reduced demand for ethanol production.
Public comment accepted through April 23 on proposal to change standards that include practices affecting waterways and erosion control.
Slumping ethanol demand and lower prices mean smaller biofuel producers and those with more debt may not survive.
Look past the panic flooding your phones and computers and appreciate the amazing things people do to help us persevere.
Energy collapse can’t be ignored.