Factsheet: EISA 2007: Biofuels and biorefinery information center

EISA 2007: Biofuels and biorefinery information center

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Description: 
Sec. 229. Biofuels and biorefinery information center This biofuels and biorefinery information center will make information available to interested parties on (1) renewable fuel feedstocks, including the varieties of fuel capable of being produced from various feedstocks; (2) biorefinery processing techniques related to various renewable fuel feedstocks; (3) the distribution, blending, storage, and retail dispensing infrastructure necessary for the transport and use of renewable fuels; (4) Federal and State laws and incentives related to renewable fuel production and use; (5) renewable fuel research and development advancements; (6) renewable fuel development and biorefinery processes and technologies; (7) renewable fuel resources, including information on programs and incentives for renewable fuels; (8) renewable fuel producers; (9) renewable fuel users and (10) potential renewable fuel users. The overall legislation is Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 who supported the continued development and use of biofuels, including a significantly expanded Renewable Fuels Standard, requiring 36 bgy renewable fuels by 2022 with annual requirements for advanced biofuels, cellulosic biofuels and biobased diesel.
Goal/Aim: 
provide information on biofuels

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