An Ohio biofuels maker will receive a $50,000 state grant to help it make biodiesel.
This story from the Springfield (OH) News-Sun says Liberty Fuels of Ohio, LLC is getting the money from the Ohio Rail Development Commission:
The funding will help Liberty purchase equipment to improve its ability to move and/or load and unload train cars, according to the release. By utilizing existing railroad, Liberty will have a greater ability to use different feed stocks to produce biodiesel, the statement continued.
“By committing these funds to Liberty Fuels of Ohio, the Ohio Rail Development Commission has demonstrated that Ohio welcomes new business and technology into our economy,” said [state Rep. Chris Widener (R-Springfield)]