RFA welcomes four new members


In Washington, D.C., the Renewable Fuels Association has new four new members – Ringneck Energy, Wisconsin Agri-Business Association, Nebraska Ethanol Board, and Advanced Fuel Dynamics.

Producer member Ringneck Energy, based in Onida, S.D., is in the process of beginning production at its 80-million gallon per year ethanol plant. The biorefinery will use an estimated 28 million bushels of corn and also produce an estimated 224,000 tons of distillers grains.

Associate member Wisconsin Agri-Business Association, based in Madison, is a trade association that provides the voice of agribusiness in the state of Wisconsin.

Associate member Nebraska Ethanol Board helps to establish procedures and processes necessary to the manufacturing and marketing of ethanol fuel in the state through.

Associate member Advanced Fuel Dynamics, based in Troy, Texas, manufacturers patent-pending, plug-and-play technology that makes existing gasoline-powered vehicles, motorcycles and recreational off-road vehicles flex fuel vehicles, increasing their performance, reducing fuel cost and reducing pollution by running E85 at the pump.