Gov. Jay Inslee (second from left) speaks at the Twelve groundbreaking in Moses Lake, Wash., with company co-founders, from left to right: Etosha Cave, chief science officer; Nicholas Flanders, CEO; and Kendra Kuhl, chief technology officer. (Twelve Photo)

On the site of a defunct sugar beet refinery in Moses Lake, Twelve broke ground on what will be the company’s first commercial-scale sustainable aviation fuel facility. The company, based out of Berkeley, California, focuses on carbon transformation technology and will be using the site to produce their fuel known as E-Jet, which is manufactured using CO2, water, and renewable energy.

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