Did you know that the use of fossil fuels account for more than 80% of the United States energy? Most of the power is used to heat homes, manufacturing and in running vehicles. Ironically, less than 10% of the oil, … Continue reading →
The state of Maryland is suing big oil companies for allegedly covering up groundwater contamination caused by methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE), a harmful fuel additive that was replaced by safer and healthier ethanol. bsun.md/2AS2Z95...
Oregon produces millions of tons of woody 'waste' products every year, from logging debris to sawdust to small trees from U.S. Forest Service thinning projects. All of it contains stored solar energy. The cost of harnessing that energy can be competitive with fossil fuels.
Last year, AAA estimated that nearly 100 million Americans took a holiday road trip and we can expect at least that many on the road this year heading home for the holidays. Growth Energy wants to let all those holiday drivers know that E15 (15% ethanol) can brighten the season even more by helping
Ethanol is driving up demand for corn in the December supply demand estimate from USDA. The forecast for 2017-18 increases the amount of corn used to produce ethanol by 50 million bushels to 5.525 billion, based on less sorghum going to ethanol production. Corn ending stocks are lowered in turn