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US, Brazil classify ethanol industry as essential during pandemic

The governments of the two largest ethanol producing countries, the U.S. and Brazil, have each classified ethanol plant employees as essential critical infrastructure workers during the COVID-19 pande...

Climate Emerges as a Top Priority

Pummeled by fires, drought and floods, California’s Democratic primary voters put fighting climate change at the top of their list of issues for the next president to tackle. Nearly half ...

Ethanol plant seeks another loan extension from county

By MICHAEL MARESH, Staff Writer  Stammaresh@ivpressonline.com December 3, 20109 EL CENTRO — Imperial County still has hopes for a proposed $900 million ethanol plant to come to ...

How California Competes

When it comes to supporting innovation that improves quality of life and helps save the planet, California puts its money where its mouth is. Under the unique California Competes Tax Credit program,...

Canada and California sign agreement to work together on cleaner transportation

SACRAMENTO – Joining together to save families money, cut air pollution and help fight climate change, Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Catherine McKenna, and the Chair...

Cleaner fuels have now replaced more than 3 billion gallons of diesel fuel under the Low Carbon Fuel Standard

SACRAMENTO – New 2018 data from the California Air Resources Board (CARB) indicates that the Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) continues to drive production of a growing volume of cleaner tra...

Imperial County approves loan extension for ethanol and power plant

EL CENTRO, Calif. - California Ethanol & Power LLC will hope to bring alternative fuel and renewable energy to the state after the Imperial County Board of Supervisors approved an extension t...

10M Tax Credit Awarded to US Sugarcane Energy Company

Ethanol Producer Magazine: http://www.ethanolproducer.com/articles/16137/california-ethanol-power-wins-10-million-tax-credit?fbclid=IwAR3p6hwL2gUS-8SdIhhEKPl2bwvBQ5q_Znio1g1t36yk-zHbMggaI--8ius On...

This corner of California is suffering economic misery despite boom all around it

As California has rebounded from the Great Recession, the Imperial Valley has largely defied attempts to expand its economy beyond seasonal farming and government work, and the county continues to suf...

California Set a Goal of 100 Clean Energy, and Now Other States May Follow Its Lead

It’s been less than four months since California committed to getting all of its electricity from climate-friendly sources by 2045. But the idea is already catching on in other states. At ...