Plymouth Energy cuts GHGs, natural gas and electricity consumption with Enogen

July 20, 2015 |

In Iowa, Plymouth Energy has found using Enogen corn not only increased its production yields by about 12% per day but also reduced natural gas consumption per gallon, reduced electricity consumption per gallon and in turn reduced greenhouse gas emissions from ethanol produced at what it says was already an efficient plant. The changes are a result of the decreased viscosity from Enogen corn mash that requires less energy to move it around the plant.

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