Growth Energy Welcomes Latest Producer Member

Growth Energy Welcomes Latest Producer Member

Coshocton, Ohio-based Three Rivers Energy joins Growth Energy

Three Rivers Energy, LLC, this week joined Growth Energy as the group's newest member, bringing total plant membership to 83, with another 85 associate members. Three Rivers Energy is located in Coshocton, Ohio.

"Three Rivers is an outstanding facility, a leader in ethanol production and a strong voice for the industry," Growth Energy CEO Tom Buis commented in a press statement. "Their membership strengthens our ability to represent the industry across the nation and to educate the public on the benefits of homegrown, renewable fuels."

Workers load wet distillers grains into a semi-trailer at the Coshocton, Ohio, Three Rivers plant. (TRE photo)

Three Rivers Energy, LLC is a Delta T bio-refinery located approximately 70 miles northeast of Columbus, Ohio. It has a production capacity of 50 million gallons.

The business was acquired by Three Rivers Energy, a partnership involving Lakeview Energy and Crestwood Biofuels, in June 2012. Lakeview Energy have been investors in the biofuels industry since 2006 and already own and operate another Delta T bio-refinery in Iowa called Plymouth Energy.

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"Over the last several years, Growth Energy has demonstrated its ability to lead this industry's efforts in creating new markets, developing infrastructure, winning back consumer approval and ensuring our voice is heard loud in Washington with regards to the RFS," said Eamonn Byrne, COO of Three Rivers Energy. "We are proud to be members of Growth Energy and look forward to continue supporting the efforts to ensure a future for our industry."

Source: Growth Energy

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