The Minnesota Bio-Fuels Association (MN Biofuels) and KS95 FM teamed up for the third straight week on April 29 - this time at the Stop N Shop on First Avenue in Minneapolis – to reward drivers who fueled up with Unleaded Plus (E15) during an hour-long promotion. Read More

On April 29, the Minnesota Bio-Fuels Association submitted comments to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regarding its proposed rules to extend an RVP-waiver to E15 and make modifications to the RIN market. Read our full comments here.
Forty-seven students from Pierz Healy High School toured Central Minnesota Renewables (CMR) in Little Falls on April 23 to learn more about clean Minnesota-produced renewable chemicals.   Read More
On April 24, we teamed up with KS95 FM to reward drivers who chose E15 at Now Mart in New Hope . Read More
On April 18, we were at the Holiday station on County Road 24 in Plymouth with KS95 FM rewarding drivers who chose E15. Read More

St Peter High School Tours Guardian Energy Fourteen students from St Peter High School toured Guardian Energy in Janesville on April 16 to learn about homegrown renewable fuel production. Read More

Time To Keep The Promises For Farmers To Compete In Energy Former Senator, Jim Talent, says the Trump administration needs to keep its promises to the agriculture and ethanol industries . Read More

Students Learn About Ethanol Production At Heartland Corn Products Twenty-seven students from Central High School in Norwood Young America visited Heartland Corn Products in Winthrop on April 9 . Read More

Klobuchar Talks Ethanol Challenges At Nevada Plan t Sen. Amy Klobuchar addressed the EPA's small refinery waivers and other challenges facing the ethanol industry. Read More

EPA Revives Provision That May Name Refiners  The EPA's move would reveal the identities of all the refineries that have applied for RFS waivers. Read More

Minnewaska High School Tours CVEC Twenty-two high school students from Minnewaska High School toured Chippewa Valley Ethanol Company (CVEC) on April 5 . Read More

Grassley Questions Hardship RFS Exemption Review Process Sen. Chuck Grassley has sent a letter to the Department of Energy seeking clarity on the review process for small refinery waivers . Read More

EIA Predicts Increased Ethanol Blending This Summer The EIA expects ethanol blending in the first six months of 2019 to increase 2 percent in comparison to the same period last year. Read More

New Study Exposes Absurdity Of NWF Land Use Change Claims A new study exposes the fatal methodological flaws and erroneous conclusions in using satellite imagery to determine land use changes . Read More

Ethanol Exports Reach 127.91 Million Gallons In January A new report by the USDA shows that ethanol exports grew to 127.91 million gallons in January this year compared to 88.31 million gallons in January 2018. Read More