Ethanol Related Links
This list includes links related to ethanol. The Alternative Fuels Data Center does not necessarily recommend or endorse these companies (see disclaimer). For links related to other alternative transportation technologies, use the related links search.
The American Coalition for Ethanol is dedicated to promoting and expanding the development of the ethanol industry. Its goals include reducing America's dependence on foreign oil imports, providing an alternative use for American farm products, creating public awareness of the uses and benefits of ethanol, and supporting legislative efforts to promote ethanol use.
API is the major national trade association representing the entire petroleum industry from exploration and production to transportation, refining, and marketing. It acts as a forum for all parts of the oil and natural gas industry to pursue priority public policy objectives and advance the interests of the industry.
Archer Daniels Midland is a leading international food provider that produces several agricultural-crop-based products including corn-based ethanol.
This page contains news and information related to fuel quality activities of Australia's Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities.
BiofuelsConnect brokers over-the-counter biodiesel and ethanol both domestically and internationally. They broker spot deals, short-term or long-term contracts, from truckloads to rail cars to vessel quantities. They are the alternative fuels division of OceanConnect.com.
The Canadian Renewable Fuels Association is a non-profit organization mandated to promote renewable biofuels (ethanol, biodiesel) for automotive transportation through consumer awareness and government liaison activities.
DOE's Clean Cities Program supports public-private partnerships that deploy AFVs and build supporting alternative fuel infrastructure.
Corn Refiners Association, Inc. is the national trade association representing the corn refining (wet milling) industry of the United States.
This website is an educational resource for both students and teachers to help the next generation better understand biofuels and future energy sources.
The DOE/EPA Fuel Economy Guide allows users to find fuel economy information, check air pollution ratings, greenhouse gas emissions, and safety information for new and used cars and trucks. You can also research current gasoline prices throughout the United States or look up tips for improving the gas mileage of your current vehicle.
E85Prices.com tracks the retail prices of E85 around the country. It has over 10,000 members that report E85 prices, new stations carrying E85 as well as closed stations. All prices outside a preset norm range and all new and closed E85 stations are verified.
The Electric Auto Association is a non-profit educational organization that promotes the advancement and widespread adoption of Electric Vehicles. The EAA's mission is to act as a public source of information about developments in electric vehicle technology, to encourage experimentation in the building of electric vehicles, and to organize public exhibits and events of electric vehicles to educate the public on the progress and benefits of electric vehicle technology.
This is the official Web site of DOE's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE). It serves a dual purpose, directing you to detailed information about EERE, its programs, and the technologies that it is developing, and provides a portal to worldwide information about energy efficiency and renewable energy.
EIA is a statistical agency of DOE. It provides policy-independent data, forecasts, and analyses to promote sound policy making, efficient markets, and public understanding regarding energy and its interaction with the economy and the environment as well as alternative fuel production and use.
The Energy Management Institute publishes the Alternative Fuels Index, a subscription-based service that focuses on seven alternative fuel products approved by the Department of Energy to meet current alternative fuel U.S. standards. Those fuels include biodiesel, ethanol, propane, methanol, electricity, hydrogen, and natural gas. Coverage includes industry commentary relating to supply, price, policy and news as well as detailed price and trend analysis at the wholesale level.
Energy Vision is a national non-profit organization analyzing and promoting ways to make a swift transition to pollution-free renewable energy sources and clean, petroleum-free transportation fuels for the green cities of the future.
EPAC is a nonprofit organization with members throughout the nation who support the production and use of ethanol as a clean, renewable energy resource.
The Governors' Biofuels Coalition is composed of 35 state executives with international representatives from Brazil; Canada; Mexico; Quebec, Canada; Thailand; Queensland, Australia; and Sweden. The coalition supports the production of biodiesel and ethanol from corn or other domestic, renewable resources using sustainable agricultural methods and encourages its use in the transportation sector.
As part of Growth Energy, the organization will continue its 13-year mission to increase the availability of higher ethanol blends and flex-fuel vehicles as well as work to increase the number of ethanol blender pumps. Formerly known as National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition (NEVC)
NCAUR invents new uses of agriculture commodities for industrial and food products, develops new technology to improve environmental quality, and provides technical support to federal regulatory and action agencies. The center's fuels and chemicals division is working on new ways to increase the production of both ethanol and biodiesel.
The National Corn Growers Association is a federation of state organizations, corn boards, councils and commissions that develops and implements policies and programs on a state and national level to help protect and advance the corn producer's interests.
As the nation's leading center for renewable energy research, NREL develops new energy technologies to benefit both the environment and the economy. The laboratory's main areas of focus are solar power and photovoltaics, wind energy, alternative fuel vehicles and transportation, buildings and thermal systems, electricity technologies, fuels and chemicals, industrial technologies, measurements and testing, and renewable energy resources.
The Nebraska Ethanol Board is an organization dedicated to increasing the production and use of ethanol in Nebraska.
The Biomass Energy Data Book draws together biomass data from diverse sources to produce a comprehensive document that supports anyone with an interest or stake in the biomass industry.
Pure Energy Corporation is a bio-based fuels and chemicals company focused on bridging the fossil energy and the renewable energy industries with environmentally friendlier and commercially viable fuels and additives.
SIGMA is the premier national trade association representing independent chain retailers and marketers of motor fuel, both branded and unbranded.
Over 90 manufacturers of atmospheric steel storage tanks are members of Steel Tank Institute, a trade association formed in 1916 to help manufacturers promote the safety and strength of steel as the best choice for petroleum and hazardous materials storage.
The Sun Grant Initiative is a network of land-grant universities and U.S. DOE laboratories partnering to build a biobased economy. Its mission is to develop, distribute, and implement biobased energy technologies to enhance U.S. energy security, promote agricultural diversification and environmental sustainability, and promote opportunities for biobased economic diversification in rural communities. It includes the Sun Grant BioWeb, a compliation of current information about using biomass resources for bioenergy and bioproducts.
This Biomass Program site focuses on U.S. Department of Energy biomass R&D and provides a wealth of information about biomass technologies, policies, and funding opportunities.
The USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service provides timely, accurate, and useful statistics in service to U.S. agriculture.
The Underground Tank Technology Update (UTTU) newsletter has been helping environmental professionals across America to keep current with the latest UST and remediation information and technologies. Funded by the U.S. EPA and published electronically by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Engineering Professional Development, UTTU assists consultants, technical specialists and local, state and federal officials needing information on underground storage tank (UST) systems and remediation approaches.