Tuesday, March 6, 2007
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (March 6, 2007) – Mark Stowers, Vice President of Research & Development for Broin Companies will participate in a panel discussion at Energy 2.0 – the MIT Energy Conference this week. The panel is titled “Emerging Biofuels: Which Pathways Will Enable Scale?” and includes participants from MIT, BP, Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Khosla Ventures.
The goal of the MIT Energy Conference (http://www.mitenergyconference.com) is to Develop Solutions through Entrepreneurship, Technology & Policy by bringing the leaders of energy technology, policy, industry, and finance together to discuss solutions to the world’s most pressing energy challenges. Held March 9-10 in Cambridge Mass., the conference will feature keynote addresses from GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt and Cambridge Energy Research Associates Chairman and Founder Daniel Yergin.
About Broin Companies
Broin, the largest dry mill ethanol producer in the United States, is an established leader in the bio-refining industry through project development, design and construction, research and development, plant management, and marketing. The 20-year old company currently operates 19 plants in the United States while marketing more than one billion gallons of ethanol annually. For more information, go to http://www.broin.com.