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.
In the New York Times, Iowa Governor Branstad and Missouri Governor Nixon say that America's farmers are meeting America's food and energy needs and call for continued investment in renewable fuels.
From North Carolina to California, renewable fuel is driving economic growth in rural communities across the country.
Since its passage in 2005, the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) has sparked innovation and investment in communities across the United States.
With record ethanol production and the lowest gas prices in years, 2014 was a banner year for the renewable fuel industry.
For the second month in a row, a new cellulosic ethanol facility is coming online -- one of four new cellulosic ethanol facilities opening in the U.S. before the end of the year.
Bringing the climate challenge into sharp relief, a new report from the Biotechnology Industry Organization explains that greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are actually expected to increase as a result of EPA inaction on the Renewable Fuel Standard.
As Sen. Harkin held his final steak fry with Secretary Clinton headlining, Fuels America ran advertising on a full-page of Sunday’s Des Moines Register and on Iowa radio.
For the second week in a row, a new cellulosic ethanol facility is coming online -- one of four new cellulosic ethanol facilities opening in the U.S. before the end of the year.
After years of innovation and investment, the first of four new cellulosic ethanol facilities in the U.S. comes online this week -- amazing progress in the few short years since the adoption of the Renewable Fuel Standard.
This weekend, Americans across the country will celebrate the achievements of American workers -- including the workers that support the US biofuels industry.
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.
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.