Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance, Renewable Fuels Association release ethanol, drought myth-busting reports

July 19, 2012 |

In Wisconsin, the Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance published a note “to once again clear up a few myths about ethanol and ethanol production in America.” In the note, the WBIA addresses myths such as “Ethanol production compromises the amount of corn available for human consumption,” and “More cropland is needed to produce enough corn for animal feed and ethanol production.”

More on the WBIA’s ethanol myth busting here.

In Washington, the Renewable Fuel Association’s Geoff Cooper noted that “The likelihood of a short corn crop has caused some to question how the ethanol industry and Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) will be affected,” and prepared a detailed white paper to examine the potential impacts on the RFS and outlook for the ethanol industry.

More on the RFA white paper.

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