Whether you like it or not - it looks like ethanol isn't going anywhere here in Ontario. Here's a bit of a story from Friday morning on CBC's website. Good or bad news?
Suncor Energy Inc. will spend about $120 million over the next year to double the production capacity of its St. Clair ethanol plant near Sarnia, Ont., to 400 million litres a year, the company announced Friday.
"This is great news for Suncor, for southern Ontario and for Canada," said Suncor president and CEO Rick George in a statement announcing the expansion.
"As a Canadian industry leader in renewable energy, we're excited about the prospect of increasing our alternative fuel production and exploring future opportunities to integrate ethanol into our expanded retail operations," George said.