RFA Analysis: Automakers Approve E15 in Nearly 90% of New 2018 Vehicles

WASHINGTON– Nearly 90 percent of new 2018 model year (MY) vehicles are explicitly approved by the manufacturer to use 15 percent ethanol blends (E15), according to the results of an annual

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RFA Applauds Administration for Recalling Fuel Economy Rules, Allowing for a More Comprehensive Approach

WASHINGTON—In response to the Trump administration’s decision today recalling EPA’s federal fuel economy and emissions rules, and allowing for a data-driven review of the 2022-2025 standards, Renewable Fuels Association President

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RFA Sponsorship of Crappie Masters Tournament Trail Begins Friday in Florida

WASHINGTON — Last fall, the Renewable Fuels Association announced it would be a co-title sponsor of the Crappie Masters Tournament Trail, in an effort to educate boaters, conservation enthusiasts and

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RFA Announces Fishing Sponsorship to Promote Ethanol

WASHINGTON — The Renewable Fuels Association is proud to announce it will be a co-title sponsor of the Crappie Masters Tournament Trail this year with Bass Pro Shops, in an

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High Octane, Low Carbon Fuels Can Play Role in Compliance with Fuel Economy and GHG Standards, RFA Says

WASHINGTON — High octane, low carbon (HOLC) fuels can play an important role in helping automakers comply with increasingly stringent fuel economy (CAFE) and greenhouse gas emission standards in the

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New DOE Study: Gas Becomes “Stale” Long Before Water Uptake Becomes a Concern

WASHINGTON — As millions of Americans say goodbye to summer and prepare to store their boats, motorcycles, lawn mowers, leaf blowers, and other equipment for the winter, a new study

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Bobby Likis Shares the Mic with Robert White

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAr06yMP0I0 Bobby Likis, automotive expert and host of nationally syndicated car-talk program “Bobby Likis Car Clinic,” shares the mic with Robert White, RFA vice president of industry relations, live from

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EPA Should Take Note of New DOE High Octane Fuels Research

For the past several years, the Department of Energy (DOE) has been quietly researching the benefits of ethanol-based High Octane Fuels (HOF), such as E25, E30 and E40. Now, some

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Bobby Likis: Higher Octane Enables Engines to Produce More Power

Bobby Likis, an automotive expert and founder of Car Clinic, explains the octane benefits engines receive from ethanol blends and why ethanol has become THE choice of fuel additives globally.

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Ford’s “Fuel of the Future” Still Powering America Forward

This month marks the 120th anniversary of an automotive milestone: Henry Ford’s test drive of his first vehicle, the Quadricycle. The 20-mile-an-hour Quadricycle, which was literally built using two sets

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