Siouxland Energy receives EPA approval for D3 RINs using Edeniq technology

June 7, 2017 |

In California, Edeniq Inc., a cellulosic technology company, and Siouxland Energy Cooperative recently announced that the U.S. EPA approved Siouxland Energy’s registration of its 60 MMgy corn ethanol plant for generation of D3 RINs from cellulosic ethanol.

Siouxland Energy is the fourth plant to receive a cellulosic ethanol registration from the EPA after deploying Edeniq’s Pathway Technology. Edeniq’s registered customers now total 400 MGPY of nameplate ethanol capacity and are averaging 1 percent cellulosic ethanol. Over the next year, Edeniq expects to significantly increase average customer cellulosic ethanol production through ongoing technology enhancements that are being refined and introduced to customers as early as the third quarter of 2017.

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