Home > News > Lower Food and Fuel Cost Act Scheduled for U.S. House Vote, Carries Strong Importance to Biofuels Expansion

The U.S. House will vote Thursday evening on the Lower Food and Fuel Cost act, a decision that could be a significant step in the progress of providing consumers expanded access to biofuels. The bill also includes $200 million in additional funding for higher blends infrastructure.

Renewable Fuels Association CEO Geoff Cooper believes this act could end a multi-year battle to allow the permanent availability of E15. He commented that the bill could provide “Grants that would help offset the cost of installing dispensers, tanks, and other infrastructure necessary to distribute higher blends of ethanol like E15 up to E-85.”

Read more on the Lower Food and Fuel Cost Act.


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