Pacific Ethanol to add on cellulosic production at its Idaho plant

August 7, 2017 |

In Idaho, Pacific Ethanol plans to install cellulosic ethanol bolt-on technology at its Magic Valley ethanol plant as it has done at two of its California facilities. EPA approval for cellulosic D3 RIN production is expected by the end of the year. Cellulosic production at the Madera, California plant is also expected to be online by year’s end. That facility’s new Whitefox industrial-scale membrane system along with a $1 million solar power plant are expected to reduce the carbon intensity of the fuel produced to secure a premium under California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard.

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