Based in Fulton, Illinois, Midwest BioEnergy, Ltd was founded in 2004 by Holesinger Farms, Inc. The company has since expanded its remit to include other renewable energy alternatives. Through its subsidiary, Midwest Ammonia, LLC, the business is currently in the process of developing a new biogas-to-ammonia plant in Illinois in collaboration with the City of Monmouth.
Other projects founded and operated by Holesinger Farms include Clinton Feed & Grain, a high-capacity grain elevator and fertilizer warehouse in Clinton, Iowa, and Clinton County Bio Energy, a 10 million gallons per year biodiesel refinery in Clinton, Iowa. Located on the Mississippi river, the refinery supports the needs of distributors in both Iowa and Illinois.
Keith has over 30 years of experience in the farming and renewable energy industry. He is the President of Midwest BioEnergy, Ltd and operator of a 5,000 acre grain farming and livestock operation located in Illinois. In 2006, he led the design and development of a 10 million gallon per year bio diesel plant, which is currently in operation.
Daniel has worked in the nuclear power industry for 16 years and in the bio energy industry for the past 12 years. He currently serves as the Vice President and Plant Manager for Clinton County Bio Energy, LLC. He is responsible for the inception, construction, and operation of a 10 million gallons per year biodiesel refinery. Daniel graduated from Calvin College, and completed his MS in Physics from the University of Colorado, Boulder. After college, he joined the US Navy as a Navy Submarine Officer for the Nuclear Power Program.
Russell has owned and operated a private real estate and estate law practice for over 34 years. He graduated from Calvin College and earned his JD from the University of Illinois.
Our mission at Midwest BioEnergy is to use waste to create sustainable products and profits for the agricultural industry. To that end, our aims at Midwest BioEnergy are to:
Provide alternatives to fossil fuels and utility electric generation in the Midwest through the use of renewable and waste energy sources.
Add value to grain crops and land by providing new energy uses for crops, waste, and land.
Provide integrated waste control systems which utilize the uniqueness of Midwest farm operations and support the clean energy goals of the company
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