Governor Kelly today toured East Kansas Agri-Energy LCC’s ethanol and renewable diesel plant in Garnett, Kansas. East Kansas Agri-Energy LCC was the first ethanol plant in the world to add a renewable diesel plant. Currently, there are 12 ethanol plants in Kansas, which produce 610 million gallons of ethanol fuel annually.
The below photos of the Governor’s tour are available for media use:
Also pictured: Secretary Mike Beam, Kansas Department of Agriculture; Bill Pracht, President and CEO of East Kansas Agri-Energy; Ron Seeber, President and CEO of Renew Kansas Biofuels Association; Greg Krissek, CEO of Kansas Corn Growers Association; Doug Sommer, Vice President of Operations at East Kansas Agri-Energy; Jacob Debolt, Ethanol and Renewable Diesel Plant Manager at East Kansas Agri-Energy; Josh Roe, Vice President of Market Development and Policy at Kansas Corn.