WASHINGTON — The Renewable Fuels Association is proud to announce the addition of Fox River Valley Ethanol LLC as its newest member. Fox River Valley Ethanol has been operating in Oshkosh, Wis., since 2003. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ace Ethanol LLC that employs 45. The plant produces 65 million gallons of ethanol annually as well as co-products such as carbon dioxide, dried distillers grains, and 182,500 wet distillers grains per year. "We are excited to welcome Fox River Valley Ethanol to the RFA at such a critical juncture for our industry," said Bob Dinneen, president and CEO of the RFA. "The ethanol industry will continue to fight for a strong RFS and fair access to the fuel market, and we are proud to have Fox River Valley Ethanol stand with us." "Fox River Valley Ethanol is delighted to join the RFA and we look forward to working with the rest of the association's membership in promoting energy security and expanded access to renewable fuels in the marketplace," said Bob Sather, director of government relations and founding member of Fox River Valley Ethanol. "RFA has a long history of fighting for the ethanol industry. The association continues to stand on the front lines in defending key policies such as the RFS, and we are proud to join that fight in order to bring jobs and economic revitalization back to not only Oshkosh but to rural communities around the country. Their proven technical and regulatory expertise over the past three and a half decades is unmatched and we are excited to be a part of pioneering organization."