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News: 2010

New Fact Book Highlights Benefits of Ethanol Program

June 30, 2010

Washington , DC, June 29, 2010: According to a new report by a broad coalition of industry, government and non-profit groups, producing fuel ethanol in the United States generates jobs and wealth by processing domestic resources into clean burning transportation fuels. Thousands of jobs, increased farm income, and tax receipts in the hundreds of millions of dollars flow from the ethanol industry while displacing costly and polluting petroleum imports.

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FFV Awareness Campaign Comes to Nebraska : Earth Day Launch of FFV Education Program

April 20, 2010

Omaha, Nebraska, April 20, 2010: The National Flexible Fuel Vehicle (FFV) Awareness Campaign announced a state-wide education effort beginning on Earth Day to alert drivers to new E85 road signs being installed across Nebraska. The program is designed to encourage FFV owners to use higher ethanol blends, such as E85, which have been proven to be easier on the environment than conventional gasoline.

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Register now for the Ethanol 2010: Emerging Issues Forum

March 18, 2010

As the April 8-9 Ethanol 2010: Emerging Issues Forum approaches, registration spaces are filling up fast. With only three weeks to go, fewer than 20 spaces are still available to attend—and participants who register by March 19 can still receive the early registration discount.

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CFDC and Nebraska Ethanol Board Respond to National Research Committee Biofuels Study

March 2, 2010

Washington, DC, March 2, 2010: The Clean Fuels Development Coalition and the Nebraska Ethanol Board submitted joint comments today to the National Research Council’s Committee on Economic and Environmental Impacts of Increasing Biofuels Production. The ongoing study is the result of various requirements established by Congress in the Energy Security and Independence Act of 2007 and the Farm Bill of 2008 and comments were accepted as part of the public comment process.

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