The Advanced Biofuels Association (ABFA) is playing a key role in fighting for the sanctity of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). According to Michael McAdams, president, despite misinformation being thrown about during the recent debate over the RFS, drop-in and cellulosic biofuel technology is moving from the laboratory to reality – and ABFA members are designing, purchasing and building the commercial plants needed to supply America with advanced fuels from renewable sources.
Already this year, several ABFA members are producing renewable gallons qualifying as advanced and/or cellulosic under the RFS. Meanwhile, many other companies are either breaking ground or plan to have commercial plants in operation by 2015.
ABFA has launched a series of videos to tell the stories of this clean energy transition from the perspectives of the companies producing renewable gallons and breaking ground on new facilities. Some of the featured companies include Sundrop Fuels, Sapphire Energy and Amyris.