Our Letter to President Obama

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The Fuels America coalition is taking its case directly to President Obama today in a full page advertisement in the Martha’s Vineyard Gazette, a weekly newspaper broadly distributed across the island.

Top 10 People That Benefit from a Weakened Renewable Fuel Standard

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For months, the EPA has debated the 2014 Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). Now — thanks to pressure from oil companies and their allies — they’re on the verge of weakening the RFS. That would harm American farmers, workers, and small business owners whose jobs depend on this homegrown industry. Who would benefit from weakening the RFS? Find out.

Letter: Renewable Fuel Producers Urge Administration to Heed Own Warning on Climate Change

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In a letter to President Obama today, leaders of America’s renewable fuel industry urge the Administration to rethink its proposal to weaken the bipartisan Renewable Fuel Standard – a proposal that is at odds with the National Climate Assessment the White House released earlier this week. The letter is signed by Abengoa Bioenergy, the Advanced Ethanol Council, the Biotechnology Industry Organization, DuPont, DSM, Growth Energy, the National Corn Growers Association, Novozymes, the Renewable Fuels Association, and POET.

Four Commercial Scale Cellulosic Ethanol Biorefineries to Enter Production This Year

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Representatives of DuPont, POET-DSM, Abengoa Bioenergy and Quad County Corn detailed their progress toward launching commercial-scale production of cellulosic ethanol this year—but warned that the continued growth of this industry is at significant risk because of the U.S. EPA’s proposal to gut the renewable fuel standard and increase the amount of oil in gasoline.

This American Land: Cellulosic ethanol featured on PBS

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There’s a great story to be told in America today and it has to do with the cellulosic ethanol industry. Three major commercial scale cellulosic facilities are coming online this year, the product of years of innovation and hard work, buttressed by the Renewable Fuel Standard.

What the State of the Union Missed

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The President's proposal to cut back on renewable fuel in 2014 contradicts his rhetorical support for an "all of the above" energy policy. At the same time, progress toward clean, alternative fuels is a very real and undertold story.

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