US (CA): Pacific Coast Producers' Woodland tomato plant gets another energy commission grant

Pacific Coast Producers got $890,000 in state climate investment funding to reduce emissions at its Woodland tomato processing plant, a move that's expected to make it more efficient.

The California Energy Commission unanimously approved the funding at its meeting in Sacramento, a part of its Food Production Investment Program, which helps food producers fund demonstration projects to use less energy or reduce emissions. The grants require a 35% match.


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