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August 3, 2021
Industry News

CE+P to Partner with the U.S. Joint BioEnergy Institute on Advanced Biofuels Research

Read more in North American Clean Energy

August 3, 2021
Industry News

California Ethanol + Power teams with JBEI

Read more in Biofuels Digest.

June 3, 2021
Industry News

California sugarcane-to-ethanol plant plans verified green bond sale

June 1, 2021
Industry News

Sugar Valley Energy project verified to issue green bonds for financing, hopes to secure funds and break ground summer 2021

May 31, 2021
Industry News

CE+P project verified for green bonds

April 20, 2021
Industry News

Sugarcane Takes Root In California’s Clean Energy Transformation

California Ethanol + Power Is Building The First Large-Scale Sugarcane-To-Ethanol Plant In The United States

March 10, 2021
Industry News

Electric Cars Are Coming. How Long Until They Rule the Road?

February 4, 2021
Industry News

Brawley Biofuel Facility to Build in Mid-2021, Receives Loan Extension

January 26, 2021
CE+P News

Sugar Valley Energy Announces Sugarcane Feedstock Production Program for Imperial Valley Farmers

“We are very excited to announce the launch of our Sugar Valley Growers program,” said Dave Rubenstein, CEO of California Ethanol & Power. “Grown, harvested and processed right here in Imperial County, sugarcane production for this project will bring significant and sustainable benefits for our economy and our environment.”

January 26, 2021
Industry News

CE+P announces grower program

The developer of a long-awaited ethanol plant in Imperial County said he is now seeking a reliable supply of sugarcane. California Ethanol + Power Chief Executive Officer David Rubinstein said Monday it is seeking formal commitments from local farmers to grow the first 20,000 acres of sugarcane feedstock for Sugar Valley Energy, the new 160-acre energy campus planned within the 5,000-acre Keystone Industrial Complex near Brawley.