April 22, 2021
BY Erin Voegele
Verbio has launched its second corn stover harvest. Corn stover will be used as feedstock for production of RNG at its large-scale plant in Nevada, Iowa. The facility is also expected to begin producing ethanol during the fourth quater of 2023.
The U.S. EPA on Aug. 21 released data indicating nearly 2.04 billion RINs were generated under the RFS in August, up from 1.84 billion generated in August 2022. Total RIN generation for the first eight months of the year reached nearly 15.45 billion.
Strategic Biofuels announced on Sept. 21 that its Louisiana Green Fuels project has been issued an Air Permit from the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality. The proposed facility will produce renewable diesel and naphtha.
The U.S. EPA on Sept. 20 announced it is making $4.6 billion in competitive grants available to support state, local and Tribal programs and policies that cut climate pollution. Certain renewable energy and biogas projects are elgible for the funds.
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Royal Caribbean Group on Sept. 19 announced the completion of more than 12 consecutive weeks of biofuel testing in Europe. The compnay's Symphony of the Seas ship successfully tested and used a biofuel blend to meet parts of its fuel needs.
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