RFA Applauds Introduction of Next Generation Fuels Act by Rep. Bustos

The Renewable Fuels Association today hailed the introduction of the Next Generation Fuels Act of 2020 by Rep. Cheri Bustos (D-IL), calling the legislation “the beginning of an exciting new

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RFA’s Virtual Heartland Tour Gives Congressional and Agency Staff an Inside Look at Ethanol Industry

Congressional staff and other federal and state decisionmakers got an up-close virtual look at the U.S. ethanol industry last week as part of the Renewable Fuels Association’s Virtual Heartland Tour.

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RFA Applauds Congressional Efforts to Enhance Transparency of Small Refinery Waiver Process

The House Committee on Energy and Commerce today unveiled the Clean Economy Jobs and Innovation Act, which contains provisions requiring more transparency and accountability in EPA’s process for evaluating small

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RFA Welcomes Inclusion of Renewable Fuels in Senate Democrats’ Climate Plan

Today, the Senate Democrats’ Special Committee on the Climate Crisis released a plan to build a “clean economy for the American people.” The report calls on Congress to, among other

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Bipartisan House Coalition Joins White House, RFA in Demanding Level Playing Field with Brazil

With just two weeks remaining before Brazil is likely to impose a tariff of at least 20 percent on all fuel ethanol imports from the United States, a bipartisan coalition

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Anniversary Report Details Success of the Renewable Fuel Standard

Commemorating the 15th anniversary of President George W. Bush’s signing of the Energy Policy Act of 2005, which created the Renewable Fuel Standard, the Renewable Fuels Association today released a

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In Virtual Hill Visits, RFA Hears from Lawmakers, Administration Officials

The Renewable Fuels Association’s summer Board of Directors meeting concluded Wednesday with more than a dozen virtual Capitol Hill visits. Board members had the chance to hear from senators, House

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RFA Thanks House Members for Opposing Gap-Year Refinery Waivers

The Renewable Fuels Association today thanked a bipartisan group of 32 Members of the U.S. House of Representatives for calling on President Trump to reject so-called “gap-year” refinery exemptions under

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