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In September, we reached out to candidates running for Minnesota senate and house seats this year. Specifically, we contacted candidates that represent districts that are directly impacted by Minnesota's ethanol industry. Each of the candidates were sent a list of questions that addressed their views on ethanol as well as their opinion / solutions to the challenges the industry faces. 

Not all the candidates answered the questions and instead sent in a statement on their position on biofuels. You can find their answers in the column to the left in this month's newsletter. 
The Minnesota Bio-Fuels Association (MBA) and KS95 FM teamed up Oct 27 to reward drivers who switched to Unleaded Plus (E15) during an hour-long promotion at Highland Service Minnoco.

During the promotion from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm, MBA and KS95 rewarded 12 drivers who chose Unleaded Plus instead of regular unleaded.

Among the prizes given included $25 in cash, Applebee's gift cards, tickets to the Minnesota Zoo, tickets to the Crayola Experience at the Mall of America and KS95 merchandise.

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NRHEG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS VISIT GUARDIAN ENERGY 


Thirty-five students from NRHEG (New Richland, Hartland, Ellendale, Geneva) High School visited Guardian Energy Oct 14 to gain a better understanding of clean Minnesota-produced renewable energy.  The students, from the seventh and eight grade, toured the various processes of ethanol production at Guardian Energy's 130-million gallon a year facility in Janesville
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Taurus Energy AB has become the Minnesota Bio-Fuels Association's latest vendor member.  Taurus Energy, which is based in Sweden and has operations in Minnesota, is a research and development company that has developed, among others, new yeast technology for ethanol production. Read more here




Twenty-one high school students from Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg (KMS) High School visited the Chippewa Valley Ethanol Company plant on Oct 6 to get a better understanding of how clean homegrown renewable energy is produced.  The students, which included three exchange students from an agricultural high school in Norway, toured the various process of ethanol production at CVEC, which has an annual output of 50 million gallons. Read more here

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