LifeLine Foods CEO is optimistic about cellulosic ethanol

01/6/2010 | St. Joseph News-Press (Mo.)

Cellulosic ethanol will be commercially viable in time, according to LifeLine Foods CEO Bert Farrish. The Missouri-based company will help host a demonstration-scale ethanol facility to be operated by ICM, which recently netted a $25 million grant from the Department of Energy. "I've got a great amount of faith in the renewable-fuels industry," added Farrish.

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