Cooley Distillery to produce biofuel

Cooley Distillery is to begin producing ethanol for a new biofuel company later this year.

17th March, 2007

Cooley Distillery is to begin producing ethanol for a new biofuel company later this year.

A recently formed company AER (Alternative Investment Resources) plans to produce 15million litres of bioethanol a year for the next three to four years, although only a portion of this will be produced at Cooley.

AER is backed by Cooley Distillery Plc chairman John Teeling, who has a 25per cent stake in the new company, and John Travers, who owns...

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