Valley’s at the center of biofuel research

Oberon Fuels President Rebecca Boudreaux uses a model to explain a chemical composition during the Renewable Energy Summit. EDWIN DELGADO PHOTO

HOLTVILLE — Just as the Imperial Valley has played an important role in cleaner electrical energy, it may also play an important role in generating cleaner fuels for transportation.

As part of the 11th annual Imperial Valley Energy Summit, held at the Barbara Worth Convention Center, the summit centered on the growing research and opportunities emerging in biofuels.

Staff Writer Edwin Delgado can be reached at edelgado@ivpressonline.com or 760-337-3440.

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