Growth Energy Adds New Plant Member

WASHINGTON, DC – Growth Energy, the coalition of U.S. ethanol supporters, today welcomed a new ethanol producer to its growing list of members. Amaizing Energy Holding, LLC will join Growth Energy’s team of 56 Plant Members and 38 Associate Members to help expand the production of domestic ethanol as a means to decrease our dependence on foreign oil and create American jobs at home

“Since our inception in 2008, Growth Energy has made great strides in educating consumers and policymakers about the role that ethanol can play in strengthening our national security, improving our environment and creating good paying green jobs right here in the U.S.,” said CEO Tom Buis. “Adding Amaizing Energy to our growing team will help extend the reach of our message and help us achieve our goals of making America cleaner, greener and economically secure through renewable energy.”

Amaizing Energy Holding Company, LLC operates a dry-mill corn processing ethanol plant in Denison, Iowa with a run rate of 55 million gallons per year. The primary co-product of their ethanol production process is distillers grains which is marketed as animal feed. The plant employs a staff of 42 employees who are responsible for operating and managing the facility.

“Amaizing Energy is very proud to help support the efforts of Growth Energy,” said Amaizing Energy General Manager Brian Evers. “We feel that Growth Energy has strong leadership and valuable goals and we look forward to being part of the team working together to meet those goals.”

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About Growth Energy
Growth Energy is a group committed to the promise of agriculture and growing America’s economy through cleaner, greener energy. Growth Energy members recognize America needs a new ethanol approach. Through smart policy reform and a proactive grassroots campaign, Growth Energy promotes reducing greenhouse gas emissions, expanding the use of ethanol in gasoline, decreasing our dependence on foreign oil, and creating American jobs at home. More information can be found at