College Seeks Bioenergy Program

Cindy Zimmerman

A community college in Florida is seeking a grant to start a bioenergy education program.

Highlands Today reports that South Florida Community College (SFCC) in Avon Park is working with biofuels companies in the region on the effort to create a program that will prepare individuals to enter the field of advanced biofuels production. The main industry partners are BP Biofuels’ Tampa-based Vercipia Biofuels, along with U.S. EnviroFuels and Southeast Renewable Fuels. All three companies are involved in the development of advanced ethanol production facilities in south Florida.

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