Ethanol Expert Helps Oregonians Ramp Up Small-Scale Fuel Production
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ETHANOL EXPERT HELPS OREGONIANS RAMP UP SMALL-SCALE FUEL PRODUCTION
Author David Blume Comes To Oregon To Teach Valuable Ethanol Skills
PORTLAND, OR., Sept. 19. — Call him a dreamer, a pioneer, or a determined man on a mission. Author of the critically acclaimed new book “Alcohol Can Be A Gas” David Blume is coming to Portland and Eugene to deliver valuable insight for starting small-scale ethanol production.
“There is no more profound collection of introductory information on ethanol, from production, crop feedstocks, vehicle alteration, and small-scale distribution,” says Mark Fitz, Operations Manager for Star Oil. “This guy is single-handedly shifting people away from petroleum.”.
Globally acknowledged as the “god-father” of ethanol, Blume is a leading advocate and expert on renewable solutions to the global need for inexpensive, non-polluting, and sustainable energy and food sources. Blume’s coming Portland and Eugene workshops provide unrivaled insight into the practicality of transforming US energy production and use to a totally sustainable model.
Blume presents ethanol myth-busting facts, scientific data, business models, and proven methodologies that give audiences a revolutionary first-person look at truly sustainable solutions to global warming, green house gas emissions, food resource issues as well as provide them with a road-map to a new post-oil economy.
As part of his coming in-person appearances, Blume will be a featured guest on the nationally syndicated Thom Hartmann Radio Program. Hartmann calls Blume’s work “brilliant!” and his book “Alcohol Can Be A Gas,” “A must read for every American.”
Larry Mitchell, Chief Executive Officer of the American Corn Growers Association recently said, “I have personally worked in the renewable energy sector in one form or another for close to four
decades and I recommend David Blume’s “Alcohol Can Be a Gas” as the most comprehensive and understandable book on renewable fuels I have ever read on the subject.”
Blume will be presenting his “Alcohol Can Be A Gas” workshop at Portland State University October 6th, and at the University of Oregon in Eugene on October 7th. Workshop details can be found at http://www.alcoholcanbeagas.com.
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