Homeland Energy Joins RFA

Cindy Zimmerman

Homeland Energy Solutions has joined the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) as a new producer member.

Homeland Energy Solutions is 100 million gallon per year ethanol biorefinery located in Lawler, Iowa which started production in April 2009. The facility uses approximately 37 million bushels of corn annually, and produces more than 350,000 metric tons of livestock feed in the form of distillers grains.

“Ethanol production is a vital component of rural economies today, providing new markets for farmers and jobs and economic activity for our neighbors all across the country,” said Homeland Energy Chairman of the Board of Jim Boeding. “Homeland Energy is committed to working with our colleagues in the RFA and throughout the ethanol industry to develop commonsense policies that expand the market for all ethanol producers.”

With the addition of Homeland Energy Solutions, the RFA Board of Directors now consists of 47 individual companies.

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