The U.S. ethanol industry is creating jobs, increasing national security, expanding the global marketplace and putting money back into consumers’ pockets. These and other accomplishments of the industry are highlighted in the 2012 Ethanol Industry Outlook and 2012 Pocket Guide to Ethanol. Both publications were released this week at the 17th Annual National Ethanol Conference in Orlando, FL.
“2011 was an historic year for America’s ethanol industry,” said RFA President and CEO Bob Dinneen. “From production to use to market access, ethanol producers around the country are making meaningful contributions to America’s economic prosperity, energy security, and environmental health. The Outlook and the Pocket Guide are must have resources that catalogue the accomplishments of America’s leading renewable energy industry.”
The 2012 Ethanol Industry Outlook is an annual publication that catalogs the important statistics for America’s domestic ethanol industry while providing the most recent, up-to-date graphs, charts and facts about the production and use of fuel ethanol. Numerous topics are covered including the ethanol industry’s economic impact and contributions, value in rural markets, next generation biofuels, building new markets, progressive policy, ethanol blended fuels, indirect land use change, food and fuel, world markets, and consumer awareness.
The Pocket Guide to Ethanol, one of RFA’s most popular items, is now its second year of publication. In an easy to carry format, the Pocket Guide puts a wealth of industry information right at your fingertips. Containing several sections, the guide covers domestic market expansion, increasing national security, stimulating America’s economy, expanding the global marketplace, statewide efforts made across the nation, and food vs. fuel.