In California, Trestle Energy LLC – a California company working with ethanol and power producers across the Midwest – announced that California’s Air Resources Board officially approved its groundbreaking ethanol production process under the Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS). Building on Trestle’s 2014 approval by British Columbia, California’s approval further validates Trestle’s technology and clears the way for production and sale of low emissions ethanol into California’s fuel market.
Trestle Energy is developing partnerships with Midwestern ethanol plants to increase production of low carbon fuel for consumers in both California and BC. Trestle’s production system empowers American farmers and American fuel producers to compete effectively with imports from overseas. It delivers important climate and energy security benefits and helps electric utilities comply with the Clean Power Plan.
Category: Producer News
This articles was originally posted at: http://www.biofuelsdigest.com/bdigest/2016/01/26/california-air-resources-board-approves-trestle-energy-ethanol-production-pathway/ on