The Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) has played the most important role in the adoption of biofuels in the United States, both ethanol and biodiesel, making allies of both industries.
At this week’s National Biodiesel Conference in San Diego, Renewable Fuels Association president and CEO Geoff Cooper was part of a panel discussion on the future of the RFS and how ethanol and biodiesel can continue to work together to keep the program strong.
In this Ethanol Report, Cooper talks about how the two industries are coordinating with each other, what set and reset means as far as the RFS is concerned, how the government shutdown may impact the year round E15 rulemaking, and plans for the upcoming National Ethanol Conference next month in Orlando.Ethanol Report from Biodiesel Conference
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I support biofuel and ethanol to continue to work together both in America and Africa, most especially all over the world. In Africa we plant jatropha curcas to make our own biofuel and some plant cassava to make ethanol. Together we will build the greener future fuel.