Ethanol is an environmentally friendly source of high-octane renewable fuel produced by fermenting converted corn starch with yeast. It is used as a blending agent for gasoline. Nebraska Corn Processing, LLC (NCP) is capable of processing 16 million bushels of corn per year, producing 44 million gallons of ethanol.
Ten percent ethanol is now blended with virtually every gallon of gasoline in the U.S. NCP offers quality ethanol that:
Meets consistent industry specifications
Has high octane levels
Cleans gas tank/system of water
Reduces the incidence of greenhouse gas emissions
Is domestically produced and promotes energy independence
Increases the value of feed grains grown by farmers