Algenol cancels plans for $500 million algae-to-ethanol facility

Algae-to-ethanol company Algenol recently announced that it was cancelling plans to build a $500 million production facility in Florida. The company blamed the Florida governor for the decision to cancel the facility, citing a bill the governor signed to repeal the required 10% ethanol blend in g...

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