The renewable fuels and ethanol industries have established aggressive and voluntary targets for reduced carbon intensity in biofuels production. To achieve a 70% discount to gasoline by 2030 and Net Zero by 2050, it is imperative that on-farm activities be considered in carbon intensity scoring. Join our webinar on July 18 from 1 pm CT / 2 pm ET to hear how CIBO is helping ethanol producers on their journey to net-zero carbon emissions by scaling regenerative agriculture into their supply chains from CIBO VP of Business Development Michael Browne.
- Why the ethanol industry is looking to go net-zero emissions
- Why carbon intensity is important to low carbon feedstocks
- How to identify and source low-carbon corn from growers using regenerative farming practices
About Michael Browne
Michael Browne brings over 20 years of experience in the agriculture, commodities and the CPG markets. Most recently, Michael led the commodities team at Barchart, where he successfully grew sales in the Ag and Food and Beverage/CPG areas. Prior to Barchart, Michael held several roles at DTN, from product management, product development and sales, up to full business unit leadership. Throughout his 16-year tenure at DTN, he was instrumental in growing the SaaS based commodity trading solutions business from an early stage startup to an industry leader. Michael’s experience and network span the globe as he has successfully launched sales channel partnerships in Europe for both DTN and Barchart, and has directly done sales and business development in numerous countries worldwide. Michael holds a bachelor’s degree in Engineering, a masters degree in Information Systems, and an MBA.