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Energy Beet Project Gets Funds, Aims for Advanced Biofuel Status

Submitted by on February 13, 2012 – 1:31 pmNo Comment

by Holly Jessen (Ethanol Producer Magazine)  A project aiming for energy beet-to-ethanol production in North Dakota hit some significant milestones recently. Putting the project a big step closer to reality is $1 million in funding and the fact that the U.S. EPA is now officially considering whether energy beet ethanol qualifies as an advanced biofuel. “We envision developing at least 12 sustainable ethanol facilities across North Dakota,” says Maynard Helgaas, president of Green Vision Group. “Each plant will use energy beets grown within a 20-mile radius and support job creation in rural communities. This grant will help us make significant progress toward that vision and help develop North Dakota’s energy beet biofuel industry.”  READ MORE

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