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.

E15 RULEMAKING PROCESS ADVANCES

March 26th, 2019  |  Today's News |  Ethanol

The EPA has published their proposed rule that would authorize E15 for year-round sales. Achieving RVP parity for E15 has been a top priority of IL Corn, and we’re almost across the finish line in...

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ICYMI: HIGH OCTANE, LOW CARBON FUEL WILL BENEFIT FARMERS AND AMERICANS

March 22nd, 2019  |  Today's News |  Ethanol

In this editorial (below) and in the High Octane, Low Carbon (HOLC) mailer you might have received in your FarmWeek, IL Corn is spelling out the benefits of a new high octane fuel.  This fuel will...

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ICGA STATEMENT ON E15 PROPOSED RULE

March 14th, 2019  |  Today's News |  ICGA |  Ethanol

Illinois Corn Growers Association President Ted Mottaz made the following statement from Capitol Hill while participating in the organization’s legislative fly-in upon hearing that the...

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EPA FORWARDS E15 RULE TO WHITE HOUSE OMB FOR REVIEW    

March 5th, 2019  |  Today's News |  Ethanol

After reports last week that EPA would not get the E15 rule published and finalized before the June 1 summer driving season starts, the agency seems to be fast-tracking the effort. EPA sent its...

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ICGA COMMENTS ON USMCA, E15 RULEMAKING

March 1st, 2019  |  Today's News |  ICGA |  Ethanol |  Exports |  Legislation & Regulation

ICGA SUPPORTS USMCA RATIFICATION   Illinois Corn Growers Association President Ted Mottaz, a farmer from Elmwood, Ill., issued the following statement regarding the Association’s support for the...

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