By Kansas Commerce TOPEKA, Kan. — Lieutenant Governor and Secretary of Commerce David Toland announced today $1.5 million will be available for a fourth round of Historic Economic Asset Lifeline (HEAL) grants to revitalize dilapidated and underutilized downtown buildings in small communities across the state.... Read More.
A start-up company says it’s developing an eco-friendly $750 million fertilizer plant that will increase supplies for the Western Corn Belt and produce zero-carbon ammonia. Farmer Andy Jobman says Project Meadowlark’s facility in the Central-Nebraska town of Gothenburg will diversify the region’s fertilizer production.... Read More.
The Biden administration plans to release a final set rule under the Renewable Fuel Standard next week. Growth Energy general counsel Joe Kakesh says his group and the Environmental Protection Agency submitted notice to the U.S. District Court of Columbia Tuesday extending the deadline... Read More.