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Poet To Process Sorghum At Largest Ethanol Plant, Chromatin Says

March 12 -- Poet LLC, the second-largest U.S. ethanol maker by production capacity, agreed to process sorghum from Chromatin Inc. into ethanol at its largest plant. Poet’s Chancellor plant in South Dakota will use sorghum from as many as 4,400 acres grown in the state, Chicago-based Chromatin said today in a statement. Terms weren’t disclosed. >>View Article

Companies Collaborate On E.V. Charging For All

March 8 -- Public charging companies tend to develop their own billing networks, so an E.V. driver who is running on empty can be out of luck if the only available station is operated by an “out of network” provider. Collaboratev is working to make that problem history. >>View Article

Viewpoints: Investment Needed In New Low-Carbon Fuel

March 7 -- Large oil companies like to tell the public "We Agree" when it comes to clean energy. But in Sacramento and Washington, their motto seems to be "It Can't Be Done." A Jan. 31 article in the San Jose Mercury News, "Chevron and its allies take aim at California's low carbon fuel standard," demonstrates how the oil industry has once again banded together to oppose groundbreaking environmental initiatives. >>View Article

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