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The Associated Press (AP) recently reported that Red Trail Energy, LLC has successfully raised $25 million in funding from investors for its proposed $80-million ethanol facility in Richardton, ND.
The USE IT Act would advance the work of the EERC and their partners, including Minnkota Power, BNI Coal and Red Trail Energy, by authorizing funding for carbon capture facilities and research, while also providing regulatory certainty for CCS projects and the infrastructure they need, like pipelines.
The Associated Press (AP) recently reported that Red Trail Energy, LLC has filed an extension request with the North Dakota Securities Department for its sixth and final capital invest deadline to raise funding for the company's proposed 50-million-gallon, $78-million ethanol plant in Richardton, ND.
Heitkamp recently toured Red Trail Energy in Richardton, N.D., where she discussed the need to protect the RFS to support job-creating facilities like Red Trail and the farmers who grow crops for biofuel production.
The Associated Press (AP) recently reported that Red Trail Energy, LLC has extended the equity drive deadline for its proposed 50-million-gallon-per-year ethanol plant near Richardton, ND for a fifth time.
According to AP, Red Trail Energy project coordinator Fran Kirshenheiter said that although $18 million has already been raised for the $78-million plant, an additional $7 million needs to be obtained by the end of the month for the project to receive financing.
Senator Heidi Heitkamp toured Red Trail Energy to discuss her bipartisan work to successfully expand a tax credit the facility intends to use to capture the carbon it produces, and her effort to protect the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) to support facilities like Red Trail and the farmers who grow crops for biofuel production.
The Associated Press (AP) recently reported that the board of directors for the Red Trail Energy ethanol plant project in Richardton, ND has extended the equity drive for the effort from June 30 through to the end of July.
At a roundtable of energy industry leaders, agriculture producers and state and local officials at Red Trail Energy in Richardton today, Senator John Hoeven outlined his efforts to advance the development of carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) technology for both traditional and renewable energy producers.
The Associated Press (AP) recently reported that the North Dakota Industrial Commission has concluded that Red Trail Energy, LLC is eligible to receive approximately $350,000 from the state's coal research funds for the construction of a proposed $80-million ethanol production plant.
Approval of the application is critical to advancing a collaborative project between Red Trail Energy and the Energy & Environmental Research Center at the University of North Dakota, but the states pending application for regulatory authority over the project was causing uncertainty.
The North Dakota Industrial Commissions Renewable Energy Program has presented $490,000 to Red Trail Energy LLC and the Energy & Environmental Research Center, in support of a study examining the integration of carbon capture and storage (CCS) at a North Dakota ethanol facility to cut down the carbon footprint associated with ethanol production.