Alternative Fuels News and Commentary
January 16, 2011
Range Fuels to Shut Down Plant
A South Georgia plant that turns wood waste into fuel is stopping production right after they make their first batch of ethanol. Range Fuels in Soperton is also laying off most of its employees.
Georgia Public Broadcasting
The plant began producing cellulosic methanol from woody biomass in August 2010. The plan is to keep four employees on to maintain the plant while additional investment is secured.
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Range Fuels Produces Cellulosic Methanol
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