In the most recent episode of Fueling Conversations, a content partnership with Brownfield Ag News, Scott Fenwick, technical director for Clean Fuels Alliance America, discusses the differences and similarities between biodiesel and renewable diesel, the benefits they bring farmers, and what’s on the horizon for the fuels.“Both fuels utilize vegetable oils and animal fats particularly soybean oil. Soybean oil accounts for about fifty percent of the feedstocks used,” Fenwick said. “Whether it’s biodiesel that’s produced or renewable diesel that’s produced farmers are providing not just food but fuel for the world today as well.”
Over the next three months, subject matter experts will share their insight into the growth of the industry and its impact on agriculture, the environment and energy diversification through a series of interviews that will air across Brownfield Ag News networks through June.Brownfield Ag News creates and delivers original content across multiple media platforms and includes the largest and one of the oldest agricultural news radio networks in the country. More than 500 affiliate radio stations in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin carry Brownfield’s agricultural news, markets, weather, commentary and feature radio programming.