Biodiesel tax extenders may not make in lame duck session but likely in 2019

November 21, 2018 |

In Washington, Politico reports that there is a strong likelihood biodiesel tax credits could be made retroactive for 2018 and apply to 2019 with the new Congress when Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley takes over as the chair of the Senate finance committee. He is pushing for it as part of a tax extenders package during the lame duck session before Christmas, along with other tax breaks for renewables, but said he felt low gasoline prices and natural gas make tax breaks for renewable energy including biodiesel a tough sell.

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