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Date:10/18/2007

eader in the development of renewable fuels which will not only help us address climate change, but boost our emerging clean energy industry."

"Governor Deval Patrick has said that Massachusetts will be a world leader in clean energy, and companies like BioEnergy International, doing research and development here in the Commonwealth and bringing products to market, will make it so," said Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Ian Bowles. "This new biofuel research center will help BioEnergy, and Massachusetts, stay at the cutting edge of renewable energy technology."

As Executive Vice President of Meredith & Grew, one of the area's leading biotechnology real estate firms, Jim Elcock said, "Meredith & Grew was fortunate to work with BioEnergy on the siting for its new research center. Our client's vision and strategic approach enabled us to locate a facility in Woburn that fulfilled all of their real estate and business needs."

About BioEnergy

BioEnergy International, LLC, headquartered in Norwell, Mass., is a privately held science and technology company committed to developing multi- product biorefineries through the use of proprietary technology for production of fuels and specialty chemicals from renewable resources. BioEnergy's strategic vision is rooted in the integration of three specific initiatives: the creation of a secure cash flow stream through two conventional corn-based ethanol facilities and effective development of inexpensive sugar platforms; the diversification of the company's product portfolio through the introduction of novel biocatalysts for the manufacture of green chemicals and biopolymers; and the optimization and commercialization of cellulose technology for retrofitting into existing and future plants on a global scale. BioEnergy recently received a significant boost of $61.6 million from an investment team comprised of Plainfield Asset Management, Camulos Capital, Itera Ethanol, LLC and Context Capital Manag
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