Clean Fuels Celebrates Rebrand with Missouri Governor

Cindy Zimmerman

MO Gov Mike Parson and other officials with Clean Fuels CEO Donnell Rehagen (right)

Clean Fuels Alliance America welcomed state and local officials to its headquarters in Jefferson City, Missouri Tuesday to celebrate rebranding and expanding.

Clean Fuels, formerly known as the National Biodiesel Board, expanded its brand this year in recognition of the multiple, rapidly growing clean fuels it represents, including biodiesel, renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel.

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-MO), Jefferson City Mayor Carrie Tergin and other elected officials and civic leaders joined Clean Fuels CEO Donnell Rehagen to recognize the expanded focus. Clean Fuels has been based in Jefferson City since its founding in 1992 and includes over 120 member companies from across the country, including agriculture commodity groups, fuel producers and distributors, and equipment manufacturers.

“Today’s ribbon cutting represents a major milestone for our industry, which began from humble roots 30 years ago and is increasingly playing an essential role in efforts to decarbonize our nation and our world’s fuel supply,” Rehagen said. “Our industry has seen and will continue to see significant growth as the world focuses on clean energy. Our members produce some of the cleanest fuels on the plant and are an integral part of the solution for sustainable energy that’s not only affordable but also scalable and available now. Further, our new name and brand represents the connected energies of our members and positions our industry for a clean fuels future.”

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