The United States can’t afford to dismantle a landmark Clean Air Act program, increase carbon emissions and send American innovation overseas.
As the Renewable Fuel Standard turns 10 years old, the message is coming loud and clear that renewable fuels are working for rural America.
This week, we're celebrating the 10th anniversary of America's most effective energy policy for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and our reliance on foreign oil -- the Renewable Fuel Standard.
More than 200,000 people from all 50 states sent a clear message to the EPA: Renewable fuel is working for rural America.
For the EPA, the choice has never been more clear: Support the hundreds of thousands of hard-working Americans who have raised their voices in support of renewable fuels or cater to oil industry lobbyists.
Hundreds gather in Kansas City to tell the EPA that the Renewable Fuel Standard is working for rural America.
The EPA has a stark choice to make on the RFS: either cave to the oil lobby and allow oil companies to maintain monopoly control of the motor fuel market or choose our rural economies and advance American innovation.
The oil industry and renewable fuel industry agree on one thing: the EPA has a big choice to make when it comes to the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS).
It’s not too late to put the Renewable Fuel Standard back on track, and make sure that renewable fuel has a strong future in the United States.
A new poll conducted by Morning Consult on behalf of the Renewable Fuels Association shows that an overwhelming majority of Americans support the Renewable Fuel Standard.
From ethanol subsidies that don’t exist to drawing incorrect conclusions from shaky research, Big Oil and its allies have been busy this week -- spreading outright lies and misinformation about biofuels and the Renewable Fuel Standard.
A new report from Third Way details the promise and progress of the advanced biofuels sector, and warns that repealing or “reforming” the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) could stifle innovation and threaten a potentially transformative industry.
Opponents of the commonsense, bipartisan Renewable Fuel Standard like to say that Washington “shouldn’t pick winners and losers” when it comes to energy policy.
A new analysis produced by the University of Illinois at Chicago’s principal research economist found that giving consumers more access to cleaner fuel options like E15 would provide significant environmental benefits.
In a recent New York Times op-ed, the Manhattan Institute's Robert Bryce falsely characterized the Renewable Fuel Standard and repeated debunked myths from Big Oil. Get the facts from Media Matters for America.
As America marks the 102nd anniversary of tax breaks for oil companies this week, the Fuels America coalition is launching the “Clean, Secure, American Energy” campaign, an effort that will highlight the success of the Renewable Fuel Standard.
This week, America celebrates 102 years of oil spills, pollution, and environmental havoc -- all a result of tax breaks and subsidies for Big Oil that have persisted for over a century.
Yesterday, members of the Fuels America coalition held a conference call to address a new bill from Senators Feinstein and Toomey that would devastate the renewable fuel industry and the rural communities that rely on it.
With the Renewable Fuel Standard opening up the market to new fuel sources, the renewable fuel industry has been able to deliver economic, national security and environmental benefits for our nation.
Through increased crop productivity and human ingenuity, America’s farmers are sustainably meeting the demands of food crops and bioenergy crops.