House bill seeks new EPA analysis for biofuels

June 3, 2021
House supporters of biofuels have introduced a bipartisan bill to force EPA to update its modeling for the lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions of ethanol and biodiesel to reflect much lower emissions relative to unblended gasoline than EPA now assumes, which would make biofuels more attractive as a means to reduce GHGs. Rep. Dusty Johnson (R-SD) introduced the bill, H.R. 3592, on May 28, and it now has14 co-sponsors from both parties. The measure appears to be the House companion to...

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