E Energy Adams, LLC was conceived by Jack L. Alderman, a successful businessman and developer from Wisconsin. With his leadership and direction, a board of directors was organized and the company incorporated in March 2005.

E Energy Adams is a nameplate 50MG Fagen/ICM ethanol plant constructed on a 200 acre site approximately 2 ½ miles west and 1 mile north of Adams in Gage County, Nebraska. A team of proven leaders from the ethanol industry was selected to help build and manage the plant.

We received our Securities and Exchange Commission clearance on May 15, 2006 and shortly thereafter became a public company comprised of almost 800 members. We are proud of our grass-roots efforts. Nearly 400 of our members hold the minimum investment of $20,000. Groundbreaking ceremonies were held on June 2, 2006 followed by actual excavation work commencing in July. Fagen Inc. mobilized on site to begin construction on August 14, 2006. The plant successfully reached start-up on schedule and began operations on October 27, 2007.

E Energy Adams, LLC is a dry mill plant processing approximately 28 million bushels of corn into 80 million gallons of ethanol per year. We produce both modified wet and dry distillers grain with solubles (DDGS) which are sold to local and regional markets. The plant’s energy source is natural gas and rail is provided by BNSF. Our site is capable of handling unit trains. We have the ability to transport our ethanol and distillers grains to markets on any coast. E Energy Adams operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and employs approximately 50 people.

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