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Biden Schedule | Tuesday, April 11, 2022

10:00 am || Receives the President’s Daily Brief
11:15 am || Departs White House
2:05 pm || Arrives Des Moines, Iowa
3:15 pm || Visits POET Bioprocessing – Menlo, Iowa
3:45 pm || Delivers remarks on his administration’s actions to lower costs for working families
6:10 pm || Departs Des Moines
10:40 pm || Arrives White House

All times Eastern
Live stream of White House briefing at 1:00 pm


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4 thoughts on “Biden Schedule | Tuesday, April 11, 2022”

  1. Poet owns 33 small bio ethanol “plants”. I believe mostly in the Midwest, where local farmers sell them corn to make fuel. Sounds good. supplements fossil fuel, not exactly less pollution but the President will say see? You don’t need to drill more. All in favor of multiple resources for fuel, but wasn’t the President touting all electric trucks just last week?
    Sort of a mixed message, no?

  2. And why are we not talking nuclear energy. It is clean, much safer than ever before. Yes, they take time to build, yes, they need meticulous oversight, and yes, nobody wants to live in that neighborhood. But if we are REALLY looking to the future, why is this option never on the table?

    We build thousands of electric cars but we are not that concerned about the battery disposal? And let’s be honest, the juice for those cars has to come from somewhere. Until they build the solar powered Honda, we need better solutions.

  3. Re: Ethanol

    It is a very good deal in the USA . Thev yeild is just 1.3 BTUs from an input of 1.0 Btu. In Brazil they get a yeild of 10 BTUs from 1.0 BTU input. They use sugar cane. Another factor is in the USA the price of corn goes up.

    The one big problem is with how te store the nuclear waste.

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