USDA Biofuel Production Grants to Sustain Jobs at Renewable Energy Facilities in 39 States

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has announced $8.8 million in grants to biofuel production facilities in 39 states sustain jobs.

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The funding is being provided through USDA’s Advanced Biofuel Payment Program, established in the 2008 Farm Bill. Grants are made under this program to biofuels producers based on the amount of advanced biofuels produced from renewable biomass.

To date, USDA has made $308 million in payments to 382 producers in 47 states and territories. These payments have produced enough biofuel to provide more than 391 billion kilowatt hours of electric energy.

The latest round of $8.8 million in funding is going to renewable energy facilities in 39 states. Most of the recipients are producers of advanced biofuels using wood pellets, biodiesel transesterification, ethanol, and some anaerobic digester facilities.

For example, Scott Petroleum Corporation in Itta Bena, MS, is receiving a $13,165 payment to produce more than 2.6 million gallons of biodiesel from three million gallons of waste, non-food grade corn and catfish oil and poultry fat. The biodiesel produced is distributed throughout Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi.

Quad County Corn Processors Co-Op of Galva, IA is likewise receiving a $2,011 payment to convert more than 39 million gallons of corn kernel fiber into 660,000 gallons of cellulosic ethanol. The company converts the fiber into ethanol and other products using a process developed by their own researchers.

Investments in renewable energy and the biobased economy are a leading part of USDA’s commitment to mitigating climate change and promoting a clean-energy economy. All told, USDA has invested $332 million since Jan 2009 to accelerate research on renewable energy ranging from genomic research on bioenergy feedstock crops, to development of biofuel conversion processes and costs/benefit estimates of renewable energy production.

Also since 2009, USDA has developed new markets for rural-made products, including more than 2,500 biobased products through the BioPreferred program.

USDA’s Rural Development agency has been driving U.S economic development through $11 billion worth of investments since 2009 to start or expand 103,000 rural businesses, along with financing for 185,000 miles of electric transmission and distribution lines; and support for projects that have helped bring high-speed Internet access to nearly 6 million rural residents and businesses.

Also during this period, USDA has helped 1.1 million rural residents buy homes, and funded nearly 7,000 community facilities such as schools, public safety and health care facilities.

UN Launches Initiative to Promote Use of ICTs to Support Transition to Smart Sustainable Cities

Two United Nations entities have teamed up to launch a new global initiative to advocate for public policy that will promote the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) as a catalyst for the transition to smart sustainable cities.

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The new initiative, led by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the Economic Commission for Europe (ECE), has been named the United for Smart Sustainable Cities (U4SSC) program.

U4SSC will assist the response to Goal 11 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which is to “make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.” The new initiative will focus on the integration of ICTs in urban operations and build on existing international standards and key performance indicators.

ITU Secretary-General Houlin Zhao said in a UN news release that “ICTs have become central to innovation in almost every sphere of social and economic activity, making collaboration essential in maximizing the contribution of ICTs to sustainable development.”

ECE Executive Secretary Christian Friis Bach likewise noted that “The digital revolution can help us create intelligent transport, smart energy systems, resource efficiency and transparent and open societies. It can help us create sustainable development.”

Bach added that to achieve this we need trust and predictability, and we need common and neutral standards that can work across borders and technologies.

U4SSC was launched at the ITU-ECE Forum held in Rome earlier this month. The forum resulted in the Rome Declaration, which presents a 10-point manifesto for the transition to smart sustainable cities. The declaration promotes the use of internationally agreed key performance indicators and technical standards in service of sustainable development objectives in the urban context.

As a start, ITU and ECE presented a set of key performance indicators they have developed to measure the “smartness” and “sustainability” of cities, in line with the Sustainable Development Goals. Many cities, including Dubai, Singapore, Manizales, Montevideo, Buenos Aires, Valencia, Rimini and others, have already agreed to trial these key performance indicators.

As of now, U4SSC is open to all UN agencies, municipalities, industry, academia and other relevant stakeholders.

On September 25th 2015, countries adopted a set of goals to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable development agenda. Each of the 17 SDGs has specific targets to be achieved over the next 15 years. You can see the full list of the 17 sustainable development goals and summaries of their targets at

Paychex Expansion in Baton Rouge to Create, Retain 160 Jobs

Paychex has announced an expansion of the company’s operations in Baton Rouge, La. that will create a total of nearly 200 new jobs for the Capital Region and surrounding areas.


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In February last year, the company relocated to a 14,000-square-foot office in anticipation of the Baton Rouge expansion. The facility serves as both a local office and as one of the company’s regional service centers.

Paychex has now announced that the expansion will include retention of 60 jobs and creation of 100 new direct jobs at its Baton Rouge location over the next five years. These are jobs with an average annual salary of $32,000, plus benefits.

Louisiana Economic Development estimates the project also will result in 97 new indirect jobs, for a total of nearly 200 new jobs for the region. Paychex also operates an office in New Orleans, as part of a network of more than 100 office locations across the U.S. All told, the company has more than 13,000 employees, including 130 located in Louisiana.

Gov. John Bel Edwards said in a statement that “The Paychex expansion will result in great new jobs for the people of the Capital Region, ensuring they can have a great career in the place they call home.”

Paychex Senior Vice President of Service John Gibson explained why they chose Baton Rouge for the expansion. “Baton Rouge has proven to be a great location for us to support our clients and the continued growth of Paychex,” said Gibson. “The access to a high-quality workforce and the support of the local and state governments makes this an ideal location for this expansion.”

In order to secure the expansion for East Baton Rouge Parish, the state offered a competitive incentive package that includes the services of LED FastStart, the state’s workforce development program. Paychex is also expected to utilize incentives under Louisiana’s Quality Jobs Program.

Adam Knapp, president and CEO of the Baton Rouge Area Chamber, said in the release that this announcement is illustrative of the value that professional service firms see in doing national business out of an operations base in the Capital Region.

Baton Rouge Mayor-President Melvin “Kip” Holden added that “I’m thrilled that Paychex, with its large corporate footprint nationwide, has chosen to expand its operations right here in East Baton Rouge Parish.”

Rochester, NY-based Paychex, Inc. (NASDAQ: PAYX) is a leading provider of integrated human capital management solutions for payroll, HR, retirement, and insurance services. The company serves approximately 590,000 payroll clients across 100 locations and pays one out of every 15 American private-sector employees.

Green Omni Terminal at Port of Los Angeles to Demonstrate Zero Emission Technologies

The Port of Los Angeles, in partnership with Pasha Stevedoring and Terminals L.P., is launching the Green Omni Terminal Demonstration Project, a full-scale, real-time demonstration of zero and near-zero emission technologies at a working marine terminal.

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Funded in part by a $14.5 million California Air Resources Board (CARB) grant for reducing greenhouse gases and other pollutants, this will be the world’s first marine terminal able to generate all of its energy needs from renewable sources.

The clean energy technologies being implemented on this project are expected to reduce more than 3,200 tons per year of greenhouse gases and nearly 28 tons annually of diesel particulate matter, nitrogen oxides and other harmful emissions – equivalent to taking 14,100 cars a day off the road in the South Coast Air Basin.

The highlight of the project is a 1.03 megawatt photovoltaic rooftop array and a 2.6 megawatt-hour battery storage system, along with bi-directional charging equipment that can receive as well as supply power, and an energy management control system.

In addition to integrating zero-emission vehicles and cargo-handling equipment, the project’s goals are to reduce emissions at berth from non-regulated ships, and accelerate the development of commercially viable zero and near-zero emission equipment and solutions.

Jeffrey Burgin, Senior Vice President of Pasha, said in a statement that “We’re going to be the proving ground to change the paradigm of how large industrial facilities can run on clean energy. We’re confident we can show this is absolutely attainable.”

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti likewise noted that “The Port of Los Angeles is leading the world toward a sustainable future, and today we’re raising the bar again.”

CARB Chair Mary D. Nichols added that “It is exciting to see a project with so many emerging zero or near-zero emission solutions for handling and moving freight.”

Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Gene Seroka focused on the how the project will impact the surrounding community. “The Green Omni Terminal Demonstration Project is a great example of moving forward to achieve greater emission reductions from port-related sources and improving air quality for those who live in the neighborhoods next to the port,” said Seroka.

The Green Omni Terminal is located adjacent to Wilmington, a community recognized by the state as disproportionately impacted by industrial pollution.

The total cost of the project is $26.6 million. The $14.5 million CARB grant accounts for more than 60 percent of the total available funding out of nearly $24 million in state grants available to reduce greenhouse gases and pollutants from facilities with multiple emissions sources. This program is part of the California Climate Investments, which use proceeds from the state’s cap-and-trade auctions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while providing a variety of additional benefits to California communities.

Sustainability is a key focus for the Port of Los Angeles, which facilitated $270 billion in trade last year, making it North America’s leading seaport by container volume and cargo value. Port operations and commerce have an outsize impact on Los Angeles economic development, facilitating more than 133,000 jobs (about one in 14) in the City of Los Angeles and 479,000 jobs (one in 18) in the five-county Southern California region.

3D Systems Expansion in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee to Create 50 New Jobs

3D Systems is planning an expansion of its Lawrenceburg, TN facility to increase operational capacity as well as grow the company’s footprint in the region.

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The company provides comprehensive 3D products and services, including 3D printers, print materials, on demand manufacturing services and digital design tools. The Lawrenceburg facility is part of the company’s on demand parts manufacturing service, Quickparts, providing advanced prototyping and manufacturing solutions through cloud-based fulfillment.

Supported by the city of Lawrenceburg, Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce, Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development, and TVA, the company is investing $2.9 million and expects to create more than 50 new jobs in Lawrence County over the next five years.

Ziad Abou, senior vice president, on demand parts, 3D Systems, said in a statement that “We look forward to expanding the reach of our expertise in Lawrenceburg, and to growing the advanced manufacturing and prototyping potential within Tennessee and beyond.”

Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd responded in kind, noting that “We thank 3D Systems for expanding in Lawrenceburg and adding to our growing manufacturing workforce that employs more than 333,000 members of Team Tennessee.”

Lawrence County Mayor T.R. Williams highlighted the collaboration that helped secure this prestigious Lawrenceburg economic development project. “We are also fortunate to have had continued good teamwork with TNECD, the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce and the South Central Tennessee Development District who all worked seamlessly together to lead this project to fruition,” said Mayor Williams.

TVA Senior Vice President of Economic Development John Bradley likewise said that “We are proud to partner with the city of Lawrenceburg, the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce and Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development to celebrate this innovative company’s success and to help further TVA’s mission of service to support existing business and industry growth in the Valley.”

Rock Hill, SC-based 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD) co-founder Chuck Hull was the one who invented Stereolithography, the first 3D printing process, back in 1983. This technology uses a photopolymer resin and UV lasers to build objects layer-by-layer, and was quickly adopted by the automotive industry and other manufacturers as a means to accelerate the prototyping process.

3D Systems has since spent its 30-year history enabling professionals and companies to optimize their designs, transform their workflows, bring innovative products to market and drive new business models.

Detroit Economic Development Corp Site Secures Flex-N-Gate Facility to Supply Ford

Flex-N-Gate, a top global auto supplier of OEM automotive products, announced plans to build a new plant in Detroit, MI to supply parts to the Ford Motor Company.

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Supported by a state grant and the sale of 30 acres of land in the I-94 Industrial Park approved by the Detroit Economic Development Corporation, the company will invest $95 million and create up to 650 new jobs in Detroit over the next three years.

Potential additional investment could push the project to at least $100 million, and at full capacity, create a total of up to 750 jobs.

Furthermore, Urbana, IL-based Flex-N-Gate has committed to meeting Detroit-based hiring and contracting thresholds and to develop a comprehensive hiring plan in conjunction with the City’s Human Rights Department and Detroit Employment Solutions, Corp.

Mayor Mike Duggan said in a statement that “The fact that Flex-N-Gate has committed to such a strong local hiring and contracting plan shows the company’s deep level of commitment to being a partner with the community.”

Governor Rick Snyder likewise said that “We’re proud that Flex-N-Gate is investing in Detroit, and in the people of Detroit.”

Flex-N-Gate owner Shahid Khan said that building a new plant from the ground up within the Detroit city limits was made possible thanks to their partnership and collaboration with Ford, the City of Detroit and the State of Michigan. “Their collective support and vision to convert a neglected urban area into a manufacturing center that will create hundreds of new, sustainable and well-paying jobs here in Detroit has been nothing short of spectacular,” said Khan.

The site in question is located in the 189-acre I-94 Industrial Park, which is under control of the Economic Development Corporation of the City of Detroit. The first major new tenant in the park, LINC Logistics, opened a new $30-million, $500,000-square-foot facility immediately adjacent to the Flex-N-Gate site earlier this year.

Also, the Flex-N-Gate project is the culmination of a collaborative effort among the city of Detroit, the Detroit Economic Growth Corporation, and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation. Yesterday, MEDC announced Michigan Strategic Fund approval of a $3.5-million Business Development Program grant to incentivize the project. At the same time, the Detroit EDC approved the sale of 30 acres in the industrial park to Flex-N-Gate.

MEDC CEO Steve Arwood said in the release that “The expansion of Flex-N-Gate’s presence in Michigan demonstrates the broad range of productive possibilities for private investors and job creators when local and state economic development teams work with one of the state’s bedrock automotive companies and a privately owned auto supplier.”

New Amazon Fulfillment Centers in California and Illinois to Create 3500 Jobs, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced plans to open three new fulfillment centers, of which two will be in California and one in Illinois.


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The two California fulfillment centers in Tracy and Eastvale, both approximately one million square feet in size, will create more than 1,500 new full-time jobs.

This increases Amazon’s California presence to nine fulfillment centers, nine million square feet of operations and approximately 14,000 full-time hourly associates.

Panorea Avdis, director of the California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz), said in a statement that “With tens of thousands of employees across the state, Amazon is a major driver of both state and local economies. We are thrilled that Amazon has decided to continue to expand its operations in California.”

Michael Maciel, Mayor of Tracy, highlighted the community development benefits that Amazon will bring, noting that beyond their obvious economic impact, Amazon has shown itself to be a truly great corporate neighbor. “From associates volunteering in the community to Amazon’s recent donation of STEM supplies to Central Elementary school, the company proves its commitment to our community every day,” said Mayor Maciel.

Ike Bootsma, Mayor of Eastvale, added that “We are very excited about the local employment opportunities the Amazon facility will create and we welcome Amazon to the City of Eastvale.”

Meanwhile, Amazon also announced plans to open its second fulfillment center in Joliet, IL. The project will create more than 2,000 full-time jobs at the new 700,000-square-foot facility, in addition to the 1,500 full-time employees currently working at its existing Joliet facility.

Akash Chauhan, Amazon’s vice president of North American operations, said in the release that “We have found an abundance of talent in Joliet and we are excited to bring a new fulfillment center to the city and create 2,000 great full-time jobs with benefits.”

Chauhan added that the community and elected officials throughout the city and state have been very supportive of Amazon, and thanked them for helping make this project possible.

Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner said in a statement that “This expansion is a vote of confidence in the state’s new way of doing economic development in Illinois with the ILBEDC working alongside the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.”

ILBEDC is the newly formed Illinois Business and Economic Development Corporation, created to take over and more effectively fulfill many of the economic development functions of the IL Department of Commerce.

Joliet Mayor Bob O’Dekirk likewise noted that Amazon’s confidence in their community demonstrates that Joliet can attract the best employers in the e-commerce industry sector.

John Greuling, president and CEO of the Will County Center for Economic Development, added that “The new jobs this project will bring provide tremendous career opportunities for residents throughout the region.”

Wichita, Kansas Retains Cargill Protein Group Headquarters

Cargill Protein Group announced that its headquarters will remain in Wichita, and will relocate from its current location to a new office building that will be constructed at an as yet to be determined site in the city.


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The decision, which is subject to the approval of a City of Wichita economic development agreement with the company, was made after a thorough site selection process that considered numerous options, including several cities in states other than Kansas.

Brian Sikes, Cargill corporate vice president for the company’s protein group, said in a statement that “After an exhaustive review of our options, a collaborative atmosphere evolved whereby Cargill, the City of Wichita and State of Kansas worked together toward creating the type of business environment that will enable the company to meet its customers’ long-term needs by enhancing our ability to attract, retain and develop top talent.”

The company also cited the quality of life, and the minimization of disruption to the business resulting from the relocation, as criteria addressed as Cargill explored its options.

Governor Sam Brownback said in the release that they are pleased that Cargill will continue to call Wichita, Kansas, home for the foreseeable future. “This is an investment in our state, a recognition of the quality of the Wichita workforce and the quality of life that can be found in Kansas,” said Gov. Brownback.

Mayor Jeff Longwell added that “Right from the start, the City of Wichita stepped up to demonstrate its commitment to Cargill and its ongoing success.”

Retaining the Cargill Protein Group headquarters was a critical economic development project for Wichita and Kansas. Wichita-based Cargill Protein Group, which produces meat, poultry and egg products and by-products, generates more than $20 billion in revenue for Minnetonka, MN-based Cargill, Inc., which has 149,000 employees in 70 countries.

For its part, Cargill Protein Group employs approximately 27,000 people and operates approximately 30 processing facilities that produce protein products. This includes more than 800 employees in Wichita and over 4,000 employees in Kansas who work in a variety of the company’s businesses across the state.

The Wichita Metro Chamber, which hosted the Cargill site selection news conference, said in a posting on its website that “The ripple effect of this decision is far reaching and we commend all those leading our economic development efforts at the local and state level for working together to produce the best possible result for Wichita.”

Ballast Point Brewing and Spirits Selects Botetourt County, Virginia For East Coast Operations

Building on its recent recruitment of the Deschutes Brewery’s east coast operations, the Roanoke Regional Partnership announced yet another brewery project by a California-based craft brewer. This time, it is Ballast Point Brewing and Spirits that has announced the selection of a site in Botetourt County, VA for establishing its east coast operations.

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The company will invest $47.8 million to establish manufacturing and retail operations at 259,040-square-foot Lawrence Companies building located on International Parkway in Botetourt Center at Greenfield.

Ballast Point expects to create 178 direct jobs at this facility, adding to the more than 500 people it already employs at four facilities in the San Diego, CA area. IMPLAN modeling done by the Roanoke Regional Partnership estimates that this project will have an overall annual economic impact of $376,442,866 and spur creation of more than 540 secondary jobs in the region.

San Diego-based Ballast Point Brewing and Spirits was founded by Jack White in 1996, and is now among the top 20 largest craft brewers in the United States, selling beer in more than 30 states. The company was acquired in 2015 by Constellation Brands (NYSE: STZ and STZ.B).

Ballast Point founder Jack White said in a statement that “In our quest to provide the best quality, freshest beer to all of our customers, an East Coast brewery started to make a lot of sense to us.”

Botetourt County secured this project through a concerted effort by state, local and regional officials including Botetourt County, the Roanoke Regional Partnership and the Virginia Economic Development Partnership.

Beth Doughty, executive director of the Roanoke Regional Partnership, said in a statement that the organization called on the company more than a year ago as part of a campaign to attract craft brewers to the region. “The company was able to move quickly because we matched them with an available building and all the infrastructure,” said Doughty.

Botetourt County Board of Supervisors Chair Jack Leffel highlighted decisions made, such as the move by the county to join the Western Virginia Water Authority, that paved the way for this project. “Without that partnership, we would not have been able to provide the quantity and quality of water demanded by this project,” said Leffel.

Governor Terry McAuliffe approved a $2,400,000 grant from the Commonwealth’s Opportunity Fund to assist Botetourt County with the project. The Governor also met in person with company officials at their headquarters in San Diego during a West Coast marketing mission last year.

“Winning this significant project was a top priority, and we are proud that Botetourt County will be home to the company’s East Coast brewing operation,” said Gov. McAuliffe in a statement announcing the win for Virginia.

The company will also be eligible to receive a $250,000 grant from the Governor’s Agriculture and Forestry Industries Development Fund (AFID). Funding and services to support the company’s employee training activities will be provided through the Virginia Jobs Investment Program.

For its part, the county will provide permit fee waivers, along with $1,402,177 in tax incentives and an anticipated $650,000 in performance grants.

Joyce Kessinger, Chair of the Botetourt County Economic Development Authority, noted that “Attracting Ballast Point is a fantastic way of adding employment opportunities in Botetourt County with an industry leader creating a destination location.”

Rhode Island Economic Development Incentives Secure Ivory Ella Relocation

The Rhode Island Commerce Corporation Board of Directors has approved incentives for a new hotel project, the redevelopment of an old mill, and the relocation of jobs by a socially-conscious online retailer that helps save elephants.

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Ivory Ella is an online retailer that strives to introduce virtuous aspects of commercial and charitable practices into its business, and subsequently donates 10 percent of their net profits to wildlife conservation non-profit Save the Elephants, and other such causes.

The company will relocate 40 of its current jobs from Connecticut to Westerly, RI. Out of these 40 jobs, nineteen are being incented under a Rhode Island economic development program called the Qualified Jobs Incentive Tax Credit.

Furthermore, the company has committed to creating at least another 20 new jobs over the next three years, bringing the cumulative total to 60 jobs. All told, the Board approved approximately $362,055 in tax credits under the Qualified Jobs Incentive Tax Credit Program for Ivory Ella.

Ivory Ella CEO and Founder Ryan Duranso explained in a statement that they evaluated nearly 40 locations in numerous communities, focusing the search on the region around our existing locations in Connecticut.

“Incentives and programs, including the Qualified Jobs Incentive Credit, the Rhode Island Governor’s Workforce Board and Westerly Real Jobs all were important factors in our decision,” said Duranso.

Duranso also mentioned that the facility they are moving into in Westerly, formerly housing The Paragon, offered room to expand, a supportive building owner and a very welcoming community.

Governor Gina M. Raimondo likewise noted that “Companies are choosing to relocate and grow in Rhode Island because our state is a great place to live, work, and do business.”

The RI Commerce Board also approved $3 million in its first Tax Increment Financing agreement for a $24.5 million hotel project – the Homewood Suites Hotel –Exchange Street LLC. This is a 120-room hotel project with ground floor retail located in downtown Providence, RI.

Finally, the Board also approved approximately $3.6 million in Rebuild Rhode Island tax credits to be issued over five years to support the adaptive reuse of the historic but vacant Pontiac Mills complex along the Pawtuxet River in Warwick into approximately 200,000 square feet of mixed-use development. This is a $34.6 million redevelopment project.

RI Commerce Secretary Stefan Pryor added that “The projects announced today demonstrate that our economic development tools are continuing to bring new jobs and new investment to our state.”

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