15 Year Celebration for Glacial Lakes Energy

Cindy Zimmerman

Glacial Lakes Energy CEO Jim Seurer – from @ACEethanol

Glacial Lakes Energy (GLE) this week celebrated its 15th anniversary and a recently completed unit train shipping facility at its 100-million gallon per year ethanol plant in Watertown, SD plant.

“For the past 15 years, we are proud to have made a significant contribution to our local economy, the value-added agriculture industry, our national energy security and ultimately to consumers,” said GLE CEO Jim Seurer. “Our new state-of-the-art unit train shipping facility is a perfect fit for our future and well positions the company for the next 15 years.”

Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) President and CEO Bob Dinneen says Glacial Lakes has been a leader in the industry for higher ethanol blends. “Consumers win when there’s a choice at the pump and they benefit even more when they have access to higher ethanol blends such as E30 (30% ethanol), adding high performance octane while lowering prices at the pump. Glacial Lakes Energy has led this effort, and the company’s commitment and leadership is appreciated by the entire industry,” said Dinneen.

Glacial Lakes recently held an E30 Challenge donating 30 cents for every gallon of the fuel sold to the Watertown Boys and Girls Club.

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