Advocates from across the nation arrived in Kansas City recently to testify at the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) one and only field hearing on proposed 2017 targets under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). Out of about 160 registered speakers, nearly 90 percent urged the EPA to make more ethanol and other biofuels available to consumers in next year’s fuel mix.
The nation’s leading biofuel advocates are rallying supporters to urge the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to increase its proposed 2017 targets under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). With the start of the EPA’s public comment period this week and the announcement of a public hearing on June 9, supporters have a limited time to call on the EPA to make more ethanol and other biofuels available to consumers in next year’s fuel mix.
We're taking a look back at some of Fuels America's biggest moments over the past year.
If the United States wants to lead the world in efforts to combat climate change and curb greenhouse gas emissions, it must strengthen the RFS.
Before heading to international climate talks, let's get America's most successful climate policy back on track.
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy supports the RFS, but Big Oil is lying again.
Uncertainty on the Renewable Fuel Standard has led to the lowest farm income levels in nearly a decade.
The RFS has significantly lowered carbon emission levels and displaced nearly 1.9 billion barrels of foreign oil in the decade since its passage.
The heads of the EPA and USDA both said they support the RFS. Our industry leaders followed up with a letter to President Obama urging him to do the same.
We would like to work with the Administration to forge a better path forward that is reasonable from an RFS implementation and motor fuel market perspective, protects U.S. investment in low carbon fuels, and ensures that the United States is true to its word going forward in Paris and beyond.
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.