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Canergy chooses Proesa process technology for California biofuels plant

12:09 PM MDT | April 30, 2013 | Rebecca Coons

Canergy, an advanced biofuels company based in Brawley, CA, says it has chosen Beta Renewables's Proesa process technology for an Imperial Valley, CA, cellulosic biofuels facility set to begin construction in first-quarter 2014. Financial terms have not been disclosed. The 25-million gal/year plant is expected to come online in 2016 using energy cane feedstock, bagasse, and residual cane straw. Canergy CEO Tim Brummels says extensive research showed that the Proesa technology is the most advanced and competitive cellulosic platform in the country. CHS will...

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