The National Corn Growers Association has updated its Ethanol Facts Web site, making it a one-stop resource for reliable information on corn ethanol in the United States.
The project was updated with support from NCGA’s Ethanol Committee, a group of growers especially interested in biofuels policy and development.
“Given how much misinformation about corn ethanol can be found on the Internet, this update provides a timely service to consumers, policy makers and the news media,” said Steve Ruh, chairman of the NCGA Ethanol Committee and a grower from Sugar Grove, Ill. “This is a comprehensive resource that will help make sure the truth prevails in any ethanol debate.”
The Web site provides information on ethanol production, blends, suitability for engines and economic and environmental impacts, as well as a glossary and links to other online resources. Among the changes to the updated site is offering printer-friendly formatting.