Siouxland Energy back online at 50% thanks to CARB instead of EPA

October 31, 2019 |

In Iowa, Radio Iowa reports that the Siouxland Energy ethanol plant that had been idled due to negative crushing margins has come back online at 50% capacity thanks to the California Air Resources Board lowering the ethanol produced at the plant’s carbon intensity score by 10%, enough to allow trade into the lucrative California market. The company continues to criticize the Environmental Protection Agency for its policies that have hampered demand and therefore ethanol prices, saying the ability to reopen was due only to the California opportunity.

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