Nesika Energy, L.L.C.

Scandia. Kansas

RENEWABLE SOLUTIONS FOR TOMORROW'S ENVIRONMENT

August 2024 Delivery Period

Corn: +40U

September - 2024 Delivery Period

Corn: +0.45U

Brady Alexander

General Manager / Commodity Logistics

Lauren Field

Financial Controller / Compliance Director

Cortney Alexander

Grain Origination & Logistics

Julee Kirnie

HR Director / Safety Director

Baylee Mangrum

Commodity Specialist

In partnership with our local farmers, Nesika Energy's mission is to produce high quality, low carbon renewable products consumed locally and beyond.
With integrity, respect and accountability to our customers, colleagues, and self; we safely and compliantly strive to maximize production and financial efficiency through optimizing our resources and learning every day.
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Nesika is a Native American word meaning "Our," thus Our Energy.

Nesika Energy began ethanol production in 2008 after 7 years of planning and construction by the co-operative of 22 local farmers. We are an ICM Inc. state of the art designed facility with a nameplate capacity of 10 million gallons per year employing 23 members of the local community.

In 2018, Butamax™ started the installation of process equipment to demonstrate their novel bio-isobutanol technology at scale. After successfully commissioning the technology in 2019, Nesika started been supplying bio-isobutanol for use as a next generation renewable biofuel and chemical.

In 2021, a group of the original ownership came together to keep Nesika a functional ethanol plant in North Central Kansas. Since the change in ownership, Nesika Energy has strived to work with our local farmers and cooperatives to benefit our community. Our engineers and controllers in the plant work safely and efficiently, producing high quality ethanol that is distributed within the tri-state area.


We process corn grown for cattle feed within an approximate 50-mile radius of our plant, converting the grain starch to simple sugars for yeast fermentation to alcohol. Distillation and molecular sieve processes separate and purify the alcohols, whilst all water is recovered for reuse in the process. The protein, fiber, and fat from the corn, now easily digestible and with added yeast nutrients, is trucked to feed the local cattle population.
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Renewable Corn Oil

Starting January of 2024!

  • 1020 70 Road, Scandia, KS, USA