Five Pathways to Achieve Net-Zero Corn Ethanol by 2050

A new study shows how corn ethanol can achieve net-zero carbon emissions well before 2050. It follows a pledge by members of the Renewable Fuels Association to do just that.

The Association’s Chief Economist, Scott Richman, spoke with RFD-TV’s Janet Adkison on the main highlights from the report, how he sees it serving as a roadmap for the biofuels industry moving forward, if he thinks this new study will help disprove claims that corn-based ethanol is more harmful to the environment than gasoline, and a recap of the National Ethanol Conference.


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