Coskata Announces Ethanol Plant for 2010

 

agp3h6259.jpgCoskata, the ethanol technology company who made a major announcement about their biofuel technology at the North American International Auto Show earlier this year, has announced that they have established an alliance with ICM, Inc., a major producer of ethanol, to design and construct the first plant that will produce ethanol using Coskata’s bio-process. The plant is expected to open late in 2010, reflecting Coskata’s intentions to bring their technology rapidly to market. No location was announced for the site where this plant will be built.

Previous Coskata news on Gas 2.0:

GM Announces Biofuel Partnership: Cheap Green Ethanol

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Philip Proefrock is an architect and photographer in southeast Michigan. He is also a LEED Acredited Professional.

His professional involvement with green building includes working as project architect for the award-winning Malletts Creek Branch Library for the Ann Arbor District Library, which received the 2005 AIA Michigan Sustainable Design Award, and which was the first completed commercial vegetated roof (green roof) in the state of Michigan.

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