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Wind turbine at Esperance windfarm, West

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Gevo, Inc. and its Luverne, MN-based subsidiary, Agri-Energy, LLC, plan to decarbonize its production of bio-based products such as ethanol or isobutanol, to reduce its overall cost of energy and to reduce their carbon footprint.

Beautiful sunset above the windmills on

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502 S Walnut Ave

Luverne, MN 56156, USA

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Heather Manuel at Gevo.

Sustainability

Farmers once used windmills to grind their grain and pump water. Today, more and more wind turbines bring electricity from the Minnesota breeze.