EPA Raises Renewable Fuel Requirements

EPA Raises Renewable Fuel Requirements

Agriculture, ethanol industry welcome certainty of final rule, but say required volume is too low.
After years of delays, EPA on Monday finally released the renewable fuel standards for 2014, 2015, and most importantly, 2016.

The rule calls for a total of 18.11 billion gallons of renewable fuel in 2016, with targeted growth expected in categories such as:

cellulosic biofuel (230 million gallons in 2016).
biomass-based diesel (1.9 billion gallons in 2016 and 2 billion gallons in 2017).
advanced biofuel (3.16 billion gallons in 2016).

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