Renewable Fuels Association pushes for Domestic Fuels Protection Act

April 23, 2012 |

In Washington, as the RFA advocates for the Domestic Fuels Protection Act, President and CEO Bob Dinneen has submitted written testimony to the House Energy and Commerce Committee Subcommittee on Environment and Economy in support. “[T]he current regulatory structure provides no pathway to certify existing equipment for anything other than fossil fuels, even when test data demonstrates its safety,” Dinneen testified. “The Domestic Fuels Protection Act allows EPA to create such a process, thereby providing new fuels access to the marketplace without having to expend time and resources on new infrastructure unnecessarily.”

The proposed act would expand funding for blender pumps, to increase market access for ethanol.

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