Virginia Governor’s Energy Plan Highlights Biofuels

John Davis

KaineVirginia Governor Timothy M. Kaine has released his plan for how Virginia will become more energy independent and practice better energy conservation… and at the top of the list seems to be the promise of more ethanol and biodiesel production.

This press release from the governor highlights the Virginia Energy Plan:

The first goal calls for increased energy independence through expanded conservation and efficiency, and increased in-state energy production. The conservation and efficiency actions could reduce the growth rate of energy use by 40 percent, resulting in a leveling of per-capita energy use over time. The Plan calls for increasing in-state energy production by 20 percent through expanded production of traditional, renewable, and biofuel sources.

Other highlights of the plans include conservation and reduction of greenhouse gases… also highlights of biofuels.

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