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Governor Jay Inslee paid a visit to Central Washington, engaging in a series of notable events. His first destination was Moses Lake, where he participated in the groundbreaking ceremony for a state-of-the-art production facility dedicated to sustainable jet fuel. The facility is being built by Twelve, a climate-tech startup based in California. Twelve specializes in the production of a cleaner-burning jet fuel known as E-Jet. This innovative fuel, when blended with conventional fuels, achieves an impressive 90% reduction in lifecycle emissions. In recognition of this significant milestone, Governor Inslee bestowed the title of "the new Kitty Hawk" upon Moses Lake. Earlier this year, he had signed legislation that provided incentives for sustainable aviation fuel production within the state, further bolstering the importance of this groundbreaking event. In addition to his appearance at the jet fuel facility, the governor's schedule also included visits to Washington State University's newly established Honeybee and Pollinator Research Extension near Othello, where he explored the advancements in beekeeping and pollinator research. Governor Inslee also paid a visit to the Coyote Ridge Corrections Center in Connell, highlighting the importance of criminal justice and rehabilitation efforts within the state.

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