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Background Information

Employment History

General Manager

Renewable Power


City-area Developer

Renewable Power


Manager

Renewable Power


Owner

Renewable Power of Missouri


Manager

Renewable Power of Missouri


Affiliations

Industrial Council

Member


Web References(18 Total References)


www.semissourian.com

His company is teaming with Phil Danforth, general manager of Renewable Power of Missouri, based in Marshall, Mo.


www.semissourian.com

Phil Danforth, general manager of Renewable Power of Missouri, based in Marshall, Mo., said the delay in constructing the plant comes from an expansion in the scope of the operation. ...


www.semissourian.com

Phil Danforth, a Kansas City-area developer and general manager of Renewable Power, told local officials Jan. ...


www.marshallnews.com [cached]

Phil Danforth, manager for Renewable Power, is scheduled to purchase land on the west end of Marshall for a 40-million-gallon per year ethanol plant on Tuesday, Dec. 23.


www.marshall-saline-dev.com [cached]

Phil has been working on this project for over 3 years and although there have been a few small delays along the way, they are ready now to begin construction.The Industrial Council welcomed new member Phil Danforth, General Manager of Renewable Power of Missouri, the new ethanol plant being built on Highway 20 between Kent Feeds and AmeriCold Logisitics.


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