Tag: NDAA

NDAA passes out of committee, bad news for biofuels?

NDAA passes out of committee, bad news for biofuels?

May 19, 2014 |

In Washington, the House Armed Services Committee voted on the National Defense Authorization Act of 2015 (NDAA) and passed it out of committee, pending consideration by the full House of Representatives and the Senate. There are two provisions in the legislation related to biofuels: The Defense Department would be exempt from energy efficiency measures and […]

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House approves NDAA bill 315-107

House approves NDAA bill 315-107

December 24, 2012 |

In Washington, the House has approved the NDAA in a 315-107 vote, with provisions to allow the Pentagon to continue its work with biofuels. The Senate must approve the $633 billion bill when they return, sometime after Dec. 27. Earlier this year, the House had attempted to block the biofuels strategy by disallowing the purchase […]

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Defense bill done: biofuels survive

Defense bill done: biofuels survive

December 18, 2012 |

Unofficial reports indicate that biofuels provisions have survived a House-Senate conference over the Defense bill. According to sources, House and Senate conferees have finished work on their conference report on the National Defense Authorization Act. Sources indicate that  House language prohibiting DOD spending on biofuels has been removed and replaced with a requirement that DOD […]

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