Factsheet: EISA 2007: Energy Independence and Security Act

EISA 2007: Energy Independence and Security Act

Key Information
Sec. 248. Biofuels distribution and advanced biofuels infrastructure Concerns a program of research, development, and demonstration relating to existing transportation fuel distribution infrastructure and new alternative distribution infrastructure (with focus on the physical and chemical properties of biofuels and efforts to prevent or mitigate against adverse impacts of those properties) 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.
stimulate research and investments in biofuel distribution infrastructure