Governors back biofuels

By | March 16, 2010
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The governors of Ohio and Wisconsin praised biofuels in their State of the State addresses, both on Jan. 26. Ohio's Gov. Ted Strickland lauded the fact that the state had gone from zero ethanol production in 2007 to 295 MMgy produced at four plants in the state. Wisconsin's Gov. Jim Doyle talked about the rapid expansion in renewable energy production, specifically ethanol plants. He asked legislators to quickly pass the state's Clean Energy Jobs act to create new jobs.