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First Commercial-scale Cellulosic Ethanol Plant in the U.S. Opens for BusinessPOET-DSM’s Cost-competitive Fuel Cuts Emissions, Creates Jobs, Improves Energy Security
Date:9/3/2014

ves consumers money at the pump and creates quality careers across our state.”

Facts about Project LIBERTY:

  • Capital costs are $275 million.
  • Fuel from Project LIBERTY represents a GHG reduction of 85%-95% over gasoline.
  • The plant employs more than 50 people directly, and biomass harvesting is creating another 200 indirect jobs in the community. In addition, hundreds of people were involved in the construction of the plant.
  • The state of Iowa has estimated a $24.4 billion impact on the state over 20 years.
  • Project LIBERTY will consume 285,000 tons of biomass annually from a 45-mile radius of the plant.
  • Farmers remove approximately 1 ton of residue (~25%) per acre.
  • Project LIBERTY will spend approximately $20 million annually purchasing biomass from area farmers, providing additional income to the farmers.
  • Project LIBERTY will produce up to 25 million gallons of cellulosic bio-ethanol annually

About POET-DSM Advanced Biofuels, LLC
POET-DSM Advanced Biofuels, LLC, is a 50/50 joint venture between Royal DSM and POET, LLC. Based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, the company is a cooperative effort of two innovators that provides a key to unlocking the opportunity of converting corn crop residue into cellulosic bio-ethanol. Built on the strengths of both companies, the joint venture has a critical mission: to make cellulosic bio-ethanol competitive with corn bio-ethanol, the most competitive renewable liquid transportation fuel on the US market today. Drawing on the deep expertise and experience of POET and DSM in different areas of converting cellulosic biomass into bio-ethanol, POET-DSM Advanced Biofuels has built its first commercial-scale plant co-located with POET' Biorefining – Emmetsburg in Emmetsburg, Iowa. Based on this plant, the JV plans to globally license an integrated technology package for the conversion of co
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