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Fill up on Facts: The U.S. Renewable Fuel Standard

In an effort to expand the nation’s renewable fuels sector while reducing reliance on imported oil and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Congress created the renewable fuel standard (RFS) program. The program does not, however, effectively achieve its intended goals.

Chapter 1: Introduction to the RFS

Chapter 2: The RFS is Based on Outdated Assumptions

Chapter 3: Problems with the RFS

Chapter 4: Automakers Agreed: E15 is not Suitable for the Legacy Fleet

Chapter 5: E85 is Not a Solution

Chapter 6: EPA is Obligated to Implement this Broken Program

Chapter 7: Glossary of Terms

Read the rest of the story Fill Up on Facts: The Point of Obligation.

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Fill Up on Facts: The U.S. Renewable Fuel Standard (June 2018)

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