NAEDA files comments with EPA on Renewable Fuel Standard
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Author: Mike Williams
Posted: 1/29/2014 |
NAEDA has submitted comments to EPA concerning their proposal to reduce the 2014 biofuel blending requirement under the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). In the comments, it was noted that reducing the required levels of biofuels will have an impact on farmers, their income and equipment dealers and their employees.
The comments noted that “Reducing the required levels of biofuels will also have an effect on job creation, reduce our nation’s energy security and cut future investments in the development of next generation biofuels. The current standards, which the industry has met and planned for, have helped reduce dependence on foreign sources of oil and provided needed reductions in greenhouse gases by millions of metric tons.”
To read a copy of NAEDA’s submitted comments click here.
The 25x'25 Alliance also submitted comments to EPA calling on the agency to reject its proposal to reduce 2014 biofuel blending requirements under the federal Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS).
To read and download the 25x'25 comments to EPA on the agency's proposal for 2014 RFS biofuel blending requirements, click here.