Analysis shows importance of Renewable Fuel Standard on air quality March 4, 2015 -
A recent analysis found that replacing just half of the 2.4 billion gallons of regular E10 gas consumed in Wisconsin with E15 (gasoline with 15 percent ethanol blend) would eliminate 175,636 tons of CO2e emitted to our air every year (CO2e includes carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, and methane). That’s the equivalent to taking about 37,000 passenger vehicles off the road in Wisconsin every year.Read Full Release
Value of ethanol exports rose by $31 million dollars to $250 million dollars February 13, 2015 -
Export numbers from the Wisconsin Department of Trade, Agriculture and Consumer Protection show an 18 percent increase in ethanol exports from Wisconsin, totaling an export value of over $250 million dollars and driving Wisconsin’s export totals to an all time high.
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YTD comparisons show ethanol exports rose $20 million over 2013 December 12, 2014 -
Recently released export numbers from the Wisconsin Department of Trade, Agriculture and Consumer Protection show a 15% increase in ethanol exports from Wisconsin, totaling an export value of over $200 million dollars.Read Full Release
Standards used to measure emissions were rigged for big oil November 6, 2014 - Read Full Release
Study shows ethanol has fewer carcinogens, safer for consumers September 24, 2014 -
A study conducted by Life Cycle Associates found that the renewable fuel in E15 (15 percent ethanol and 85 percent gasoline) displaces cancer-causing emissions from gasoline, resulting in a net decrease in cancer risk of 6.6% compared to regular gas.
In addition, E15 forms less smog than regular gasoline and reduces the amount of greenhouse gas emissions by 1.5% when compared to regular gasoline.
WBIA is meeting with Wisconsin’s legislators to discuss RFS and E15 September 17, 2014 -
Today, the Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance leadership is in America’s Capitol to meet with some of Wisconsin’s Senators and Representatives to discuss ethanol’s impact on the state’s economy and the potential for growth with E15.Read Full Release
Google Hangout will feature officials from WBIA and analysis by WCGA August 7, 2014 -
On Tuesday August 12th, Wisconsin ethanol policy and industry experts will lead a WBIA sponsored webinar on the state’s opinion of ethanol-blended fuels.
The event details can be found on WBIA’s Google+ page.
To view the webinar go to:
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Independent gas station chain earns A+ grade from national trade group July 8, 2014 - Read Full Release
May 8, 2013 -
The Wisconsin Ethanol Coalition is excited to announce eight pumps offering E15 as a choice to consumers. The pumps are located at the SmartStation, 1290 Business Highway 151, Platteville, WI, a wholly owned subsidiary of Badger State Ethanol.Read Full Release
Partnership with Sweetwater Energy marks first for the industry January 4, 2013 -
Ace Ethanol, will partner with
Sweetwater Energy, Inc., a Rochester NY-based cellulosic sugar producer to
generate cellulosic ethanol at Ace’s plant for up to 16 years. Sweetwater’s
patented, decentralized process will convert locally available cellulosic,
non-food biomass, such as crop residues, energy crops, and woody biomass into
highly fermentable sugar, which Ace will ferment into ethanol. The entire
contract has a total potential value in excess of $100 million, and requires a
minimal capital outlay by Ace Ethanol while stabilizing Ace’s feedstock cost
over the life of the agreement.
November 30, 2012 -
MILWAUKEE – A statement made today by AAA regarding the safety of E15 use in motor vehicles is misplaced, and a veiled attempt by Big Oil to stop consumers from benefiting from its use.Read Full Release
November 16, 2012 -
MILWAUKEE – Josh Morby, executive director of the Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance has released the following statement in response to the denial of the RFS waiver:Read Full Release
November 14, 2012 -
MADISON – Wisconsin Bio Industry partners are providing members of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection board with an opportunity to learn more about the issues impacting the ethanol industry today at their meeting in Madison.Read Full Release
October 16, 2012 -
MILWAUKEE – Briggs & Stratton Corporation is reminding outdoor power equipment customers that all Briggs & Stratton manufactured small engines are designed to run on up to E10 or fuel blended with 10-percent ethanol.Read Full Release
October 1, 2012 -
– The Wisconsin Bio Industry Alliance is pleased to announce its new
affiliation with Fuels America, a new coalition of renewable fuel stakeholders
that have joined forces to promote America’s energy independence, security and