ACE is the grassroots voice for ethanol and its supporters in rural America. They also promote new markets for ethanol by working with the petroleum industry.
Working proactively to advance the ethanol industry in Nebraska through effective communication with members, with elected officials and to advocate their best interests through representation, promotion, education and the delivery of vital services.
The Nebraska Ethanol Board partners with the Omaha Metropolitan Area Planning Agency to help reduce ground-level ozone in the Omaha-Council Bluffs Metro.
CFDC is an innovative not-for-profit organization that actively supports the development and production of fuels that can reduce air pollution and lessen our dependence on imported oil.
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The Ethanol Promotion and Information Council (EPIC) is a nonprofit alliance of ethanol industry leaders who have come together to grow consumer demand for ethanol energy through targeted marketing. Their goal is to reach consumers and key influencers across the country and educate them on the performance and environmental benefits of using an ethanol-enriched fuel in their automobiles.
Ethanol Across America is a unique grassroots information network. It is a partnership between industry and government that is committed to advancing the production and use of renewable fuel ethanol by implementing a comprehensive education and outreach program.
For more than 15 years, the Governors’ Ethanol Coalition has provided regional and national leadership on ethanol policy development. Because additional biofuels will play an increasingly important role in the nation’s energy future, the governors recently decided to expand the coalition’s scope to address all biofuels, including ethanol, biodiesel, advanced biofuels, co-products, and new applications and technologies yet to come.
NPPD created ethanolsites.com for site selectors and investors specifically looking for suitable sites to build ethanol (or other biofuel) plants.
The Center is a non-profit organization that operates year-round. We are solely supported by sponsorships, contributions, grants and program fees. We seek to tell our story to a diverse audience of all ages from Nebraska, the nation and around the world to increase awareness and appreciation of the Platte river ecosystem.
The Ethanol Board often works with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration in promoting safe practices at ethanol plants and related industries. OSHA and the NEB have partnered on projects including TRANSCAER, the voluntary safe practices for ethanol plants program, and other safety awareness initiatives.