Growth Energy CEO Emily Skor issued the following statement today upon the reintroduction of the Consumer and Fuel Retailer Choice Act by a bipartisan group of lawmakers in the 118th Congress.
“Without action, the fast-approaching summer driving season could be the first since 2019 without lower-cost E15 blends. This legislation represents an immediate solution that will deliver savings for drivers, lower carbon emissions, and offer greater protection from the global turmoil that continues to cast a shadow over our energy security. There is no reason to keep biofuels from America’s heartland bottled up, especially based on an outdated regulation. We are grateful to Senator Klobuchar, Senator Fischer, and their bipartisan allies who continue to fight for rural families and American drivers. The clock is ticking, but we have outstanding champions in Congress working to ensure that working families don’t lose access to their favorite lower-carbon, lower-cost option on June 1.”
Agri-Pulse Newsmakers: March 24, 2023: @RepAshleyHinson @GrowthEnergy Joe Kakesh @ASA_Soybeans Alexa Combelic on WOTUS, biofuels and farm bill spending Full video here https://t.co/qxMFBVjCdu https://t.co/voTxqZ1j5Q
[email protected] awarded member Kelly Nieuwenhuis with its highest honor, America’s Fuel Award, at its 14th annual Executive Leadership Conference. https://t.co/JHaHMTJWbT
Wondering how the Inflation Reduction Act will affect #ethanol producers? Watch John Fuher from @GrowthEnergy explain in 6 minutes. https://t.co/ZPK3TVdWwt #ira #inflationreductionact
Growth Energy's General Counsel Joe Kakesh discussed year-round E15 and the need for an emergency waiver, as well as other policy priorities on @agripulse yesterday. Tune in! agri-pulse.com/media/videos/p…