RFA, Growth Energy, USGC Submit Joint Comments on Canadian Clean Fuel Standard

The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA), Growth Energy, and the U.S. Grains Council (USGC) jointly submitted comments to Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) supporting their goal of reducing the carbon

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RFA to CARB: Ethanol Plays a Key Role in LCFS Success Story

WASHINGTON — Ethanol has played a key role in the success of California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) and is poised to make even greater contributions to the state’s climate

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RFA to EPA: High-Octane Ethanol Blends Can Help Meet 2022-2025 Fuel Economy, GHG Standards

A high-octane, low-carbon ethanol blend in optimized engines would be the lowest cost means of achieving compliance with fuel economy and greenhouse gas (GHG) standards for model year (MY) 2022-2025

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USDA Analysis Reaffirms Ethanol’s GHG Emissions Reduction Benefits

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture issued new analysis today on the lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions of corn-based ethanol. The analysis, conducted by ICF, found that typical corn-based ethanol

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If the U.S. is Serious about the Paris Agreement, it Needs to Get Serious about Biofuels

Today the Paris Agreement on climate change enters into legal force, requiring 195 nations—including the U.S.—to collectively reduce greenhouse gas emissions and limit global temperature rise to no more than

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API-Funded Study Obscures Lifecycle Emission Benefits of Biofuels

WASHINGTON — Today, University of Michigan Energy Institute researchers, led by longtime biofuels critic Professor John DeCicco, released a study funded by the American Petroleum Institute (API) claiming biofuels do

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Boom in Oil Production Causes Bust in Prairie Sod

As a longtime oil industry apologist, Mark Perry has mastered the art of whirling the spotlight away from the evils of our addiction to fossil fuels and retraining it on

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Washington State’s Proposed Clean Air Rule Ignores Biofuels’ Climate Benefits

WASHINGTON — Washington state’s proposed Clean Air Rule (CAR) fails to recognize the climate benefits associated with biofuels and in fact penalizes their use, the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) told

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