RFA, Growth Energy report moves California one step closer to E15

The California Air Resources Board has accepted and posted a Tier 1 report on E15’s environmental impacts, which was recently assembled by the Renewable Fuels Association.

The Association’s President and CEO, Geoff Cooper spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about why they felt the need to put the report together, what the acceptance means for the industry, and the next steps.

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