EPA Analysis Demonstrated That Without Additional Support, Cleanest Biofuels Will Fail to Meet Targets

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New Renewable Fuel Standard, Which Sets First Heat Trapping Emissions Requirements for Biofuels, Gets Favorable Review From UCS

EPA Analysis Demonstrated That Without Additional Support, Cleanest Biofuels Will Fail to Meet Targets

Washington (February 3, 2010) – The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) new rules for the Renewable Fuel Standard, the nation’s primary biofuels program, got a favorable review from the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS). The science group praised the agency for a transparent process that accurately accounted for biofuels’ lifecycle heat-trapping emissions by including so-called “indirect-land-use emissions.” The new rules reflect the fact that advanced and cellulosic biofuels deliver substantially greater pollution reductions than today’s biofuels, such as corn ethanol.
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