Georgia’s Clean Energy Biofuels soldiers on, despite tax credit disappearance

July 2, 2012 |

In Georgia, the owners at Clean Energy Biofuels, one of two Georgia-based biodiesel plants still operating, said that they plan to continue operations, despite a challenging feedstock environment that has pressed their margins hard.

The company, which operates biodiesel fueling station in Atlanta in addition to its production facility, depends on restaurant-based waste oils and greases, but said that competition for feedstock from as far away as the EU has hit the sector hard – while also noting the disappearance of the $1 per gallon biodiesel tax credit.

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