Scope of Proposed Ethanol Project Widens

[The Tillsonburg News] A locally based ethanol production plant is picking up steam. The Canadian Sweet Potato Ethanol Alliance (CSEA) is attracting wide ranging support from both the public and private sectors. And the scope of the project is widening. Originally, sweet potatoes were envisioned as the feedstock for ethanol production. But research and technology are coming together to create a unique “eco-energy complex.” Berry Murray, head of CSEA, said they have entered into a joint venture with a British Columbia company which will oversee construction of a unique $140 million ethanol and bio-gas plant near Tillsonburg. The full story is available at the following link.
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