ACE - American Coalition for EthanolAudio version
Posted / Last update: 14-08-2013
The American Coalition for Ethanol (ACE) is the grassroots voice of the U.S. ethanol industry. ACE is a national, non-profit organization of more than 1500 members nationwide, including ethanol producers, farmers, investors, commodity organizations, businesses supplying goods and services to the industry, rural electric cooperatives, and others supportive of the increased production and use of ethanol across America.
ACE was formed in 1988 to bring together a wide range of groups in support of ethanol. ACE unites agricultural producers, commodity and farm organizations, ethanol producers, rural electric cooperatives, businesses, and individuals.
ACE is organized to promote and expand the development of the ethanol industry, and:
- to reduce America’s dependence on foreign oil imports;
- to provide a value-added alternative for our farm products;
- to create public awareness of the uses and benefits of ethanol, at the same time dispelling fears and erroneous product information;
- to support legislative efforts to promote ethanol usage and to do other things necessary or expedient for the promotion and increased usage of ethanol.