CoolPlanet locates its first commercial bio-refinery of 10 MGY in Louisiana

CoolPlanet Energy Systems recently announced the location of its first biomass-to-gasoline refinery in Alexandria, Louisiana. This bio-refinery will have a capacity of 10 MGY of high-octane gasoline from non-food biomass, such as corn cobs, wood waste, and forest byproducts, among others. CoolPla...

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