New report provides options on how to improve biodiesel policies

October 9, 2019 |

In Washington, over the past three years Playmaker Strategies, based in Washington, D.C., and Rock House Advisors of Jefferson City, Missouri, have teamed up to write and produce “Biodiesel and Renewable Diesel Policy, Regulatory and Market Perspectives.”

This document, the first of its kind, gives readers a comprehensive, unbiased look at the biomass-based diesel market. It breaks down the good, the bad and the ugly through the scope of the trio’s combined 60 years of experience. It analyzes federal policies, including RFS legislation and implementation, RINs, court decisions and their impacts, the reset provision, the blenders tax credit and other incentives, trade, and more; state policies and incentives; market dynamics, the competitive environment, and economics.
With the heavy push for more sustainable practices and modes of transportation, many companies are looking to invest in the biomass-based diesel sector. But they need a granular level of detail to understand this highly complex, competitive, policy-driven industry. This document provides that sophisticated level of detail and experience, all in one place.

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