WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, the leading biofuel trade organization, Growth Energy, welcomed two new members to its organization – Nebraska Corn Processing located in Cambridge, NE, and Pennsylvania Grain Processing located in Clearfield, PA. Growth Energy represents 87 producer plants and 80 associate members across the United States.
“We are thrilled to welcome Nebraska Corn Processing and Pennsylvania Grain Processing to the Growth Energy family,” said Growth Energy CEO Emily Skor. “Our members are committed to moving America forward by providing homegrown biofuel that saves consumers money and keeps our air clean. Each Growth Energy member embodies the innovative spirit that has made the ethanol industry an American success story, and Nebraska Corn Processing and Pennsylvania Corn Processing certainly fit that mold.”
“From its work on the Hill, to efforts to expand higher blend availability at pumps across the U.S. and global trade efforts, Growth Energy is driving change in the biofuels industry,” said Dan Meeuwsen, Zeeland Farm Services. “We are proud to join their membership and work together to continue to push the boundaries of success for the American ethanol industry.”
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