The American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE) expresses its appreciation toward U.S. Department of Energy Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) scientists for updates to the Greenhouse gas and Regulated Emissions and Energy use in Transportation (GREET) model, which is widely recognized as the gold-standard tool used to audit the energy and environmental effects of transportation fuels such as ethanol and gasoline. The…
ACE Welcomes the Latest Study Strengthening Corn Ethanol’s Low Carbon Value Proposition by Displacing Aromatics
Posted on 09/29/2021
The American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE) today welcomed new findings published by Transport Energy Strategies (TES) on the role ethanol plays to displace harmful aromatics from gasoline blends and further reduce lifecycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. “ACE thanks the researchers for this study highlighting the fact that ethanol’s carbon footprint is better than many current models indicate, particularly…
ACE Commends Argonne Scientists for Providing Further Evidence Demonstrating Why Ethanol Must Be Part of the Climate Solution
Posted on 05/05/2021
Sioux Falls, SD (May 5, 2021) – Today, the American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE) welcomed more scientifically credible evidence provided by Department of Energy Argonne National Lab scientists that explicitly states, “Corn ethanol plays an important role in enhancing energy security and the rural economy while contributing to decarbonizing the transportation sector in the USA.” The new study shows…
Posted on 07/25/2019
In a letter to EPA, ACE highlights a new soil carbon meta-analysis and reiterates the need to adopt the latest GREET model for the lifecycle analysis of corn ethanol.
Posted on 05/20/2015
Absolute Energy CEO Rick Schwarck replies to Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Editorial Board about a recent RFS editorial.