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True Stories from the Front Lines of Cellulosic Ethanolslidein3000middleleft26px16px300C6001E

This year, DuPont Industrial Biosciences will deliver on that promise with the opening of a cellulosic ethanol facility in Nevada, Iowa that will produce renewable fuel from corn stover – one of the first and largest facilities of its kind in the world.  Read the stories below to learn more about our journey towards cellulosic ethanol commercialization.

Republic of Macedonia Joins Memorandum of Understanding with Ethanol Europe Renewables and DuPont Cellulosic Ethanol

Approval First Step in Paving the Way for Commercial Development of Cellulosic Ethanol in EU

Republic of Macedonia signs MOU with DuPont

DuPont and Procter & Gamble Partner to Bring Cellulosic Ethanol into Tide Cold Water Laundry Detergent

Read the press release and see videos, infographics and more to learn about this partnership to help make laundry detergent more sustainable. 

DuPont P&G partnership

DuPont Shares Insights on Building a Sustainable Feedstock Supply Chain

In this Biofuels Digest webinar,  feedstock supply chain and agronomy experts share their experiences on building a process to supply the cellulosic ethanol industry.

Cellulosic Feedstock Supply Chain Webinar

Update from FEW 2014: "Cellulosic Ethanol is Today"

DuPont Cellulosic Ethanol's Ken Hill joined other major players at the 2014 Fuel Ethanol Workshop in sharing updates of their cellulosic projects - including DuPont's own Nevada, Iowa facility.

DuPont at #FEW2014- Cellulosic is Today

DuPont CEO Ellen Kullman: “Let me state clearly: the Renewable Fuel Standard works."

Kullman Calls on Congress, Administration to Preserve Renewable Fuel Standard at BIO World Congress in Philadelphia

DuPont to the Senate Ag Committee: “Driven by the RFS, we have completely re-imagined how we fuel our planet.”

DuPont’s Koninckx Calls on Congress to Protect Renewable Fuel Standard and Continue Progress Toward a Biobased Economy

New Study Shows Renewable Fuels Support 852,000 Jobs and $46 Billion in Wages for America’s Workers

See how DuPont is contributing to the far-reaching benefits of renewable fuels for America’s workers and the U.S. economy.

Renewable Fuels good for Rural America and US Economy - 2GCETRUTH