Bill Couser, Nevada

April 4, 2022

Iowans are aware that agriculture is one of the most critical components of the state’s economy. Ethanol producers purchase billions of bushels of corn each year, and in Iowa, more than 50% of the state’s corn crop is used for ethanol. As the world shifts focus to low carbon standards, the ethanol industry must put itself in a competitive position or risk the chance of becoming less and less relevant. Luckily, Midwest-based innovators are working every day to keep the industry sustainable. 

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