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Biofuels, especially low-carbon biofuels from non-crop sources, will be necessary to enable California to achieve its 2030 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions goals, according to new analysis...Read More
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Agricultural biotechnology company Ceres announced its research on biotech sugarcane traits is advancing to the next testing stage. The announcement came late last week after the company saw po...Read More
Prospective ethanol producer California Ethanol and Power (CE&P) projects it will break ground on the Imperial Valley 1 facility early next year, if financing can be finalized. OPIS spoke this...Read More
OPIS - by Rachel Gantz Oregon Gov. Kate Brown (D) signed legislation into law on Thursday that will extend the state's Clean Fuels Program. The Oregon Clean Fuels Program was set to expire o...Read More
CARB LCFS Scenarios Predict Major Shifts in Fuel Mix   The California Air Resources Board (CARB) this week released its detailed projections for use of traditional hydrocarbon fuels, biofue...Read More
For Immediate Release   June 19, 2014 - Sacramento, Calif. – The California Competes Tax Credit (CCTC) Committee today approved $28.9 million in tax credits for 29 companies expanding...Read More
Prospective ethanol producer California Ethanol and Power (CE&P) might become eligible for a tax credit of $3.1 million through the California Competes program.   CE&P is proposing...Read More
31 Companies will be Considered by California Competes Tax Credit Committee on June 19th   June 10, 2014 - Sacramento, Calif. – As part of the administration’s ongoing efforts t...Read More
See Article and Photos HERE While some areas of California face supply cutbacks because of the drought, the Imperial Valley has all the water it can use, thanks to senior rights on the Colora...Read More