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The Next Generation Fuels Act has once again been introduced in the U.S. Senate. Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley, along with a bipartisan group of Senators, reintroduced the legislation in an ongoing effort to support a robust renewable fuels market while driving energy independence and sustainability.

Grassley says the bill would leverage higher-octane fuels to improve engine efficiency and performance but would also reduce carbon. The added octane value reduces carbon emissions by at least 40% compared to regular gasoline, making the case for higher ethanol blends. Farm groups endorse the legislation, saying it will benefit the ethanol industry and bolster farmer profitability.

Read more on the Next Generation Fuels Act here.


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