January 04, 2011
Pacific Ethanol, Inc. (PEI) has resumed production at the 60 million gallon per year ethanol production facility located in Stockton, CA. The first corn grind occurred on December 9th and the facility is now operating at close to operating capacity shipping ethanol and feed to local markets.
Neil Koehler, PEI’s president and CEO, stated, “We achieved our goal of successfully restarting the Stockton ethanol facility in December 2010, which we believe increases our opportunity to benefit from the commencement of the California Low-Carbon Fuel Standard this month. The Stockton facility produces low carbon renewable fuel and high value feed to local California markets. With the recent signing of the participation agreement with the California Energy Commission, the facility is eligible for payments under the California Ethanol Producer Incentive Program.”
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