SHARE Facebook Twitter By Gary Truitt – Mar 10, 2013 Progress of Biofuels Outlined at Growth Energy Meeting SHARE Facebook Twitter Previous articleWASDE Report at a GlanceNext articleGrassley Not Satisfied with Secretary’s Response to Furlough Questions Gary Truitt Growth Energy CEO Tom Buis discussed the significant progress the biofuels industry has made despite constant attacks, strategic goals for the upcoming year and how critics are trying to kill renewable energy in his address at the fourth annual Growth Energy Executive Leadership Conference. According to Buis – the most pressing issues moving forward are market access and defending the Renewable Fuel Standard. But he also noted that the past year was one of major notable accomplishments – highlighting the Green Jobs E15 waiver. Buis said the waiver has been successfully upheld in the courts and E15 is now being sold by a number of retail stations. Still – Buis said Big Oil is actively trying to undermine the RFS and prevent E15 from entering the marketplace. He said the biofuels industry has the facts – and at the end of the day – will win the fight.Buis also talked about the various international trade cases and how the biofuels industry will continue to fight unfair trade practices by Brazil and the European Union. He says Growth Energy will explore all options and possibilities of trade challenges for those who don’t play fair.According to Buis – the industry has weathered many challenges and other challenges will arise. He said they must never lose sight of the important work the industry does to create jobs, improve the environment and reduce the nation’s dangerous addiction to foreign oil – all while providing consumers with a choice and savings at the pump. Home Energy Progress of Biofuels Outlined at Growth Energy Meeting
Twitter Linkedin WhatsApp Facebook Print Andrew CareyA SHANNON based electrical switchgear firm is to close with the loss of 63 jobs.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up At the end of January, Kraus and Naimer is to closing its manufacturing facility in the Shannon Free Zone.The Limerick Post has learned that the closure is due to continued financial losses at the firm.Kraus and Naimer has been sustaining losses for the last number of years.It is understood that the closure is forced due to the impact of weak customer demand due to the global recession.The facility was set up in Shannon in 1973. NewsBreaking newsShannon firm to close after ChristmasBy admin – December 5, 2013 711 Advertisement Email Previous articleLimerick homes at risk of repossessionNext articleGeordie Shore sets Limerick pulses racing admin
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The Saint Mary’s volleyball team has become the second Saint Mary’s athletic team to partner up with Team IMPACT, which connects children facing life-threatening or chronic illness with local college athletic teams, according to its website. The volleyball team has been paired with Melody Blower, a 13-year-old girl who was born with a cleft palate and later diagnosed with Agenesis of the corpus callosum. Head volleyball coach Denise Van De Walle said she learned of the organization through the Saint Mary’s basketball team’s relationship with Team IMPACT and Brianna Sikora, who joined the basketball team last winter. “I learned about all that she does with their team,” Van De Walle said. “It’s been wonderful to watch the growth of their relationship. So when my boss came to me and asked if we would to be involved, I answered with a resounding yes.”Van De Walle also said the team plans to include Melody in both athletic and social atmospheres and events. “Mel can be as involved as she wants to be with us,” Van De Walle said. “She can attend our practices, she can sit in the locker room before and after matches, she can come to our banquet, she can attend other athletic events, we can go to the movies, etc. She is welcomed into our team with open arms.” Clare McMillan, a junior on the team, said she is excited to for the team to get to know Melody and her family. “It is a special experience to be able to share our passion with people in the community, and we are so lucky to be able to share and learn from someone as sweet as Melody,” McMillan said.McMillan said she is also looking forward to seeing Melody learn more about the culture of the Saint Mary’s volleyball team. “I think our matches will be exciting for her to experience,” McMillan said. “I am also looking forward to learning from Melody. We are a close-knit team, but I think her special personality will bring us together even more.” Melody was officially inducted into the team Feb. 10 during halftime of the Saint Mary’s volleyball game, where she received her own team apparel and jersey, according to the Saint Mary’s website. Tags: SMC Volleyball, Team IMPACT
INDIANAPOLIS – The U.S. Supreme Court has yet to decide whether it will address the pending legal issue of same-sex marriage in Indiana.The justices are asked to consider state bans on gay marriage that have been overturned by federal appeals courts in several states. A ruling one way or the other would impact states across the nation, including Indiana.Experts say it could be months before the high court decides whether it will hear the cases or not.