US BioEnergy Breaks Ground for Minnesota Ethanol Plant

Janesville, Minnesota [] US BioEnergy will break ground breaking for the US Bio Janesville on June 15, 2007 in Janesville, Minnesota, a plant that is expected to produce 100 million gallons of ethanol. Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty, Fagen, Inc. is expected to attend. This project contributes toward the U.S.’s energy independence and protection of the environment using ethanol. Over the coming years, automotive manufacturers are expected to continue increasing the number of flex-fuel vehicles that will run on 85% ethanol. In partnership with its local communities, US BioEnergy is working to unleash the Power of The American Farmer to create value and opportunity on a national scale.
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