Genera Energy COO to speak at Fuel Ethanol Workshop
Genera Energy Inc., a recognized innovator in sustainable biomass feedstock supply advancements and supply chain improvements, announced that chief operating officer Keith Brazzell will be a speaker at the Fuel Ethanol Workshop June 9-12 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. Known as a renewable product industry leader, Brazzell will discuss Genera Energy’s innovative biomass feedstock supply chain solutions.
The Fuel Ethanol Workshop is the largest and longest-running ethanol conference in the world. Now in its 30th year, the conference provides cutting-edge content presentations and networking forums to more than 2,000 attendees in the worldwide ethanol industry. Sponsored by Ethanol Producer Magazine, the Fuel Ethanol Workshop draws industry professionals, including plant managers, executives, and board members, from every U.S. state and more than 30 countries. Its presentations focus on commercial-scale ethanol production, from quality control, to yield maximization, fiscal management, and regulatory compliance – and includes the unveiling of new technology and research findings. The workshop covers cellulosic ethanol, but is especially committed to optimizing existing grain ethanol operations.
On Wednesday, June 11, Brazzell will present the topic “Beyond Harvest: Biomass Supply Chain Solutions.” Brazzell’s presentation centers around Genera Energy’s development of front-to-back, integrated supply chain solutions to benefit the entire biobased industry, and will provide an overview of Genera’s recent harvest results and best management practices in biomass supply solutions.
“Being a part of the Fuel Ethanol Workshop is exciting, and I am looking forward to speaking to this group of key industry players and sharing how Genera has made some recent advancements in maximizing efficiency and cost-effectiveness,” said Brazzell. “Our recent harvest has helped us streamline best practices for feedstock logistics from production to harvest and beyond. I look forward to showing ethanol industry experts how effective management of information, equipment, and labor can make the production of biomass crops more efficient, with higher quality and less risk.”