Ethanol is the fastest growing corn market.
The Illinois Corn Growers Association tackles legislative barriers to a growing ethanol market, like moving the E10 tax savings to E15 in Illinois to give consumers an additional financial incentive to fuel up with E15. Additionally, ICGA continues a push for a Reid Vapor Pressure waiver for E15 and for expanded ethanol trade.
The Illinois Corn Marketing Board is updating ethanol infrastructure so that when the legislative barriers are removed, we’re ready to fuel up Illinois! ICMB also promotes your fuel through programs with local retailers.
This past week, the Illinois Corn Marketing Board (IL Corn) partnered with the U.S. Grains Council and Marquis Energy to host a trade team of distiller dried grain (DDGS) buyers from Turkey for a...More
Everything You Wanted to Know about Biofuels Policy: Past and Present Agri-Pulse’s latest “Deep Dive” podcast focused on biofuels can be a great primer for anyone wanting to learn more and...More
IL Corn Farmers and IL Ethanol Producers Disheartened by Brazilian TRQ Expiration Upon the expiration of the current Brazilian tariff rate quota (TRQ) yesterday and its replacement with a 20...More
Internal Combustion Engine Ban Could Devastate Agriculture A new study released by the Agricultural Retailers Association (ARA) finds that U.S. light-duty and freight vehicle consumption of...More
Audio Update: ICGA President Bill Leigh on the Next Gen Fuels Act ICGA President, Bill Leigh hosted Communication Manager, Dan Obert on his Minonk farm to talk more about the Next Generation...More
Illinois Corn Growers Association Welcomes Bustos’ Next Generation Fuels Act The Illinois Corn Growers Association (ICGA) welcomes legislation introduced by Rep. Cheri Bustos in the U.S. House...More
ICGA Comments on Rule that could Negatively Impact Low Carbon Fuels Including Higher Blends of Ethanol
ICGA Comments on Rule that could Negatively Impact Low Carbon Fuels Including Higher Blends of Ethanol Last week, the Illinois Corn Growers Association (ICGA) submitted comments on behalf of...More
As of May 24, around 1 am, the state of Illinois now has a budget that – although reported as creatively balanced – provides some wins for Illinois agriculture. “Illinois agriculture showed...More
In response to the EPA’s final rule on the 2020 Renewable Volume Obligations (RVO) and the understanding that the EPA will not be reallocating all previously waived gallons in future RVO numbers,...More
More than sixty countries were present to learn how U.S. ethanol can deliver on the shared goal of finding fuels that deliver environmental and human benefits while also making economic sense...More
Illinois Corn Growers Association President Ted Mottaz, a farmer from Elmwood, Ill., issued the following statement following the Environmental Protection Agency’s and United States Department of...More