Carbon Green is focused on identifying partners whose projects can benefit from our expertise and capital. Our main goal is to build long-term partnerships in the ethanol and biomass-to-energy arenas using a practical, results-oriented approach.
Beale-Burke ordinance to offer Chicago drivers the choice of E15 at the pump!
This coming Monday, July 28 at City Hall for the public hearing on the ordinance.Learn more
There will be a press conference before the hearing, at 12:30 PM.
Speaking BRIEFLY at the press conference will be
Aldermen Ed Burke
Alderman Anthony Beale
General Wesley Clark
Dr. Steffen Mueller
Fuel Retailers – Joel Hennen
Jennifer Dunn Argonne Laboratory
Dr. Linda Murray, Health and Medicine Research Group
Dr. Michael Lynch, NASCAR
At the conclusion of the press conference, we will head to the City Council chambers for the hearing. We’d really hope that you will join us for both the press conference (most likely on the 3rd Floor of City Hall and at the public hearing to show the diversity of support for this small ordinance that will help clean the air, improve health, lower costs and grow the renewable fuels movement.
We look forward to seeing you there, in support of a cleaner air choice for Chicago, and to continuing to generate momentum so that this ordinance becomes law next Wednesday.
Carbon Green invites General Wesley Clark to Chicago
Tuesday, 2/4/14 Chicago, IL.--James Murphy, CEO of Carbon Green, LLC hosted the visit of General Wesley K. Clark to Chicago for a meeting with City Council Finance Chairman Edward Burke. Topic of discussion was increasing the use of bio-fuels in the City of Chicago.DON'T LET BIG OIL RIG THE DEBATE.
Ethanol Debate with Jim Murphy
On May 8, 2013, Carbon Green's CEO, Jim Murphy and Jerry Taylor, from the Cato Institute, had a friendly and informal discussion on ethanol's role in the transportation fuel sector and how it relates to free markets. The event was moderated by John Tillman, CEO of the Illinois Policy Institute. A video recording of the event will be posted shortly.
The Great Ethanol Debate