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While EPA's proposed 2014-2016 RFS Renewable Volume Obligation numbers are better than the initial proposal, they still need significant improvement. It is unfortunate that EPA chose to side with the obligated parties who have deliberately refused to live up to their obligation to provide consumers with a choice of fossil fuels or lower cost, higher performing, homegrown renewable energy at the pump. Everyone in Congress, as well as all parties in the renewables and oil industry, knew when this legislation was debated and passed into law that the only way the RFS goals could be met was by introducing higher blends into the market moving forward.
Fortunately, this is only a proposed rule, not a final rule. Just as we successfully commented on EPA’s initial proposal, we are confident that our industry will once again generate tens of thousands of comments that highlight the changes that are necessary to meet the goals of the RFS and provide the insight and data necessary for EPA to reconsider this flawed proposal.
Thank you for taking the time to defend America’s homegrown renewable fuels!
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