Sweetwater Energy, Inc., a Rochester NY-based renewable biochemical producer, announced today that it has received commitment for $26 million in long-term loans from the state of Minnesota to construct a biochemical production facility near Mountain Iron in northeastern Minnesota.
Hibbing Daily Tribune - The Iron Range Resources & Rehabilitation Board (IRRRB) has put down $18 million in chips on what agency officials admit is an economic development project with risk.
DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE— Sweetwater Energy will get $26 million in public financing to build a plant in Mountain Iron that will turn northern Minnesota trees into industrial alcohols.
Sweetwater Energy, Inc., a Rochester NY-based renewable biochemical producer, announced today that Robert Clark, the dean of the University of Rochester’s Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and senior vice president for research, has become the first independent member of Sweetwater’s board of directors.
Sweetwater Energy, Inc., a Rochester NY-based renewable biochemical producer, announced today it has closed on a $10 million bridge loan.
Elizabeth Schirmer, VP of Sales and Marketing, was recognized today as one of the Rochester Business Journal’s “Forty Under 40” for her work both in her career and in public service.
Biofuels Digest has ranked Sweetwater Energy, Inc, a Rochester NY-based renewable sugar producer, as both a “2014 Hottest 50 Bioenergy Company” and a “2014 Hottest Smaller Companies in the Advanced Bioeconomy.
Sweetwater Energy, Inc., a Rochester NY-based cellulosic sugar producer, has won the 2013 Sustainable Biofuels Feedstock Process Award at this year’s World Biofuels Markets / Bio-based Chemicals Conference currently being held in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Sweetwater Energy, Inc., a Rochester NY-based cellulosic sugar producer, today announced a 15-year commercial agreement with Windsor, Colorado-based Front Range Energy, to generate cellulosic ethanol at Front Range’s current corn-ethanol facility.
Sweetwater Energy, Inc., a Rochester NY-based renewable sugar producer, was voted by Biofuels Digest readers as the year’s 57th hottest company in bioenergy out of 150 entrants, and the 37th hottest company in renewable chemicals and biobased materials out of 100.