Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) Advocacy

EPA Administrator Michael S. Regan recently committed to using the 2022 RFS volumes as a jumping off point for 2023 and beyond. However, EPA has now proposed lackluster biomass-based diesel volumes for 2023, 2024 and 2025. The proposal is out of step with projections of the clean fuels industry's growth from other federal agencies and supportive policies from Congress

Recently, bipartisan groups of Representatives and Senators sent letters to the Administrator making the case for higher RFS volumes.

Use this form to thank your Representative and Senators for joining the letters to Administrator Regan.  Use the pre-written letter as a template; add details about your business and economic status.

As our members and industry supporters communicate with Washington policy makers, the media, and the public, Clean Fuels provides the resources on this page and works to amplify these points:

  • The biodiesel and renewable diesel industry is generating more than 3 billion gallons of better, cleaner fuels each year. The RFS program must support continued growth through timely annual rules.
  • The additional fuel supply is essential. Without it, diesel fuel prices would be 4% higher than they are now -- impacting the price of all consumer items.
  • The biodiesel and renewable diesel industry supports more than 75,000 jobs and $23 billion in economic activity across the country.

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