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Manager

Local Address: Missouri, United States
Renewable Power of Missouri
 
Background

Employment History

  • Owner
    Renewable Power of Missouri
  • General Manager
    Renewable Power
  • Manager
    Renewable Power
  • City-area Developer
    Renewable Power

Board Memberships and Affiliations

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Web References
Phil Danforth, manager of ...
www.marshallnews.com, 11 Mar 2011 [cached]
Phil Danforth, manager of Renewable Power of Missouri, executed the purchase of a 28.8-acre tract of land from the city of Marshall Tuesday morning.
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Roy Hunter, executive director for the Marshall-Saline Development Corporation, has worked with Phil Danforth, owner of Renewable Power, for three years on getting the ethanol plant in Marshall...
Marshall Saline Development Corporation
www.marshall-saline-dev.com, 30 Jan 2004 [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.
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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.
Marshall Democrat-News: Story: MME signs papers for $35.5 million loan, agrees to partner on natural gas pipeline
www.marshallnews.com, 23 Dec 2003 [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.
Poplar Bluff, Daily American Republic: Business Column
www.darnews.com, 5 Feb 2004 [cached]
Phil Danforth, a Kansas City-area developer and general manager of Renewable Power, told local officials Thursday the plant would initially produce 40 million gallons of fuel annually.But after a year of operation the plant would be expanded and annual production doubled to 80 million gallons, he said.
Danforth gave a progress report on the proposed plant to 40 area officials at the Cape Girardeau Area Industrial Recruitment Association's annual luncheon in Jackson.
Robinson Construction of Perryville has been hired to manage construction for the project, he said.
"We are really, really close to getting ground broke," said Danforth, who broke ground for a smaller ethanol plant in Marshall last fall and also has plans to build an ethanol plant in Carbondale, Ill.
The plant won't smell like a brewery, he assured officials."Our whole concept is to be an ideal neighbor," he said.
He said the plant is expected to get as much as 2.8 gallons of ethanol from each bushel of corn.
Danforth said his company, in partnership with two other firms, plans to spend up to $150 million to develop both the ethanol plant and a related energy plant in the Nash Road industrial park.Combined, the plants could generate 139 permanent jobs, with most of those involving the power plant, he said.
The financing will come from industrial revenue bonds which, Danforth said, could be sold within the next week to 12 days.The Cape Girardeau County Industrial Development Authority approved the issuance of up to $250 million in revenue bonds in November.
Danforth said he's already secured the major environmental permit needed for the project.Construction could begin in late spring or early summer, he said.
It could take up to 18 months to complete the construction, although the ethanol plant is expected to be finished within 14 months and could go into operation a few months before the power plant is switched on, he said.
The proposed 15-megawatt power plant would generate electricity from waste -- everything from wood chips to low-grade coal, municipal garbage and agricultural waste, Danforth said.
The various waste materials could be burned in a boiler or turned into gas to power an electric plant, he said.
The power plant would provide electricity to power the ethanol plant -- saving an estimated $5 million a year in energy costs -- and could sell excess power to other businesses in the industrial park, Danforth said.
Marshall Democrat-News: : Malta Bend
www.marshallnews.com, 1 Dec 2004 [cached]
Planning for the facility began after Phil Danforth, owner of Renewable Power of Missouri, asked two local farming cooperatives to invest in his 30-million-gallon ethanol plant. ...
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