Tag: CFDC

Automakers’ support of low carbon fuels seen as validation of ethanol’s role in national fuel mix

Automakers’ support of low carbon fuels seen as validation of ethanol’s role in national fuel mix

June 29, 2021 |

In Washington, Clean Fuels Development Coalition (CFDC) called a recent letter from automakers in support of high octane low carbon fuels further validation that ethanol has a key role to play in protecting public health and increasing the efficiency of current and future vehicles. In a letter to former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle who […]

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Houston we have a problem…

Houston we have a problem…

May 26, 2019 |

By Doug Durante, Clean Fuels Development Coalition & Dave VanderGriend, Urban Air Initiative Special to The Digest Actually we all do, it has just reared its ugly head in poor Houston. That famous line from the Apollo 13 Space Flight radio communication between astronauts and mission control, and immortalized in the film of the same […]

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“What’s in Our Gasoline is Killing Us” report published by CFDC

“What’s in Our Gasoline is Killing Us” report published by CFDC

May 12, 2019 |

In Washington, D.C., a new report released by the Clean Fuels Development Coalition, in cooperation with the Urban Air Initiative, concludes that emissions from consumer gasoline is one of the biggest health threats facing the American public. The report links a wide range of respiratory and even neurological diseases to toxic carcinogenic compounds refiners use […]

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Renewable fuels pioneer Fred Potter dies

Renewable fuels pioneer Fred Potter dies

February 20, 2012 |

In Washington, Fred Potter died February 18th in Virginia, after a two-year battle with colon cancer. He was 54. Fred Potter was one of the founders of the Clean Fuels Development Coalition and an instrumental figure in the early days of the DOE office of Alcohol Fuels, the founding of the Renewable Fuels Association and […]

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