GS AgriFuels to Develop 10 MGY Biodiesel Plant

New York [] GS AgriFuels Corporation has executed an agreement with a subsidiary of Homeland Energy Biofuels, LLC to form GS Fulton Biodiesel LLC; the partnership will construct a ten million gallon per year (MGY) biodiesel plant — New York State’s first commercial-scale facility — at the former Miller Brewing Company plant in Fulton, NY. Homeland Energy, the lead developer in the project, has managed the feedstock, offtake and other technical and business aspects of the project over the past year and had selected NextGen Fuel Inc.’s proprietary biodiesel production equipment as the production technology for the project.
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