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Biofuel Industry Leaders Push for Higher Renewable Fuel Standards
China, Europe Expected to Lead Global Biodiesel Market
EPA Proposes Increasing Renewable Fuel Volumes

EPA Proposes Increasing Renewable Fuel Volumes

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued a proposed rule that would set the minimum amount of renewable fuels that must be supplied to the market in 2020, as well as the biomass-based diesel volume standards for 2021.

July 8, 2019

Bio-based Diesel Fuels Made Greatest Impact on Emissions Reduction
New York City Says Renewable Diesel Pilot Met Its Goals
Seattle Pilots Isobutanol-Gasoline Blend to Lower Fleet Emissions
Calif. City Fuels Diesel Trucks with Waste
Biodiesel Tops Alt-Fuel Choice for Fleets, NTEA Survey Finds
Renewable Diesel in Calif. Could Curb Emissions by 71%

Renewable Diesel in Calif. Could Curb Emissions by 71%

The California Advanced Biofuels Alliance released a report detailing how California transitioning away from using petroleum diesel and toward sustainable diesel fuel would curb climate change and reduce health risks.

February 27, 2019

Fair Oak Farms Expands Renewable Fuels Project

Fair Oak Farms Expands Renewable Fuels Project

Renewable Dairy Fuels has expanded production at its biogas operation at Fair Oaks Farms by 30% and now has the capacity to produce over 2.3 million gallons per year of 100% renewable transportation fuel from dairy waste.

February 27, 2019

Republic Services Increases Use of Renewable Natural Gas
Intermodal Truck Fleet to Use RNG Fuel at California Ports
Midwest Transportation Fleet Turns to Biodiesel

Midwest Transportation Fleet Turns to Biodiesel

Mahoney Environmental collects used cooking oil from restaurants and sells it to biodiesel producers to be made into the renewable fuel. And, it runs its 160-truck fleet on biodiesel blends.

December 17, 2018

Renewable Energy Group Names Cynthia Warner as CEO
City of Beverly Hills Runs 100% Renewable Diesel

City of Beverly Hills Runs 100% Renewable Diesel

The second generation of biofuels and renewable diesel is here, but what does that mean for Beverly Hills fleet manager Craig Crowder? For the City's fleet of 445 vehicles, it means better performance, reduced maintenance, and a more sustainable way to serve the city.

December 6, 2018

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