11/4/2019
Growth Energy Joins Rural Leaders in Petitioning Trump to Uphold Biofuel Promise

Growth Energy has joined a coalition of 61 biofuel and farm advocates in sending a letter to the White House calling on President Trump to fix a flawed proposal from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which “fails in its mission to reinvigorate farm economies and reopen biofuel plants across America’s heartland.” In the letter, the rural leaders […]

10/21/2019
In The News: Skor Says of EPA Supplemental Proposal, “We’re incredibly frustrated and very disappointed.”

10/15/2019
Skor Statement on EPA Supplemental Proposal

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released its supplemental proposal to the proposed 2020 renewable volume obligations. Growth Energy CEO Emily Skor issued the following statement: “It is unconscionable that EPA’s proposal betrays President Trump’s promise to rural America. A week ago, Administrator Wheeler personally took to the airwaves and promised Iowa farmers that he would […]

7/31/2019
Growth Energy Defends Rural America at EPA Hearing

YPSILANTI, MI – Today, Growth Energy Vice President of Regulatory Affairs Chris Bliley testified before U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) officials at the hearing on the agency’s proposed 2020 Renewable Volume Obligations (RVO) under the Renewable Fuel Standard. Bliley spoke on behalf of the 100 ethanol plants and 91 innovative businesses Growth Energy represents, condemning the agency for providing no avenue to offset refinery exemptions that consistently undercut federal […]

6/20/2019
Skor in Ethanol Producer Magazine: Hardship or Handout? The Facts are Clear

Growth Energy CEO Emily Skor recently penned a column for the July issue of Ethanol Producer Magazine on the damaging effects the rapid rise of small refinery exemptions have had on the rural economy and biofuels industry. In the column, Skor wrote: “So with costs down and profits up, it’s hard to imagine how multibillion-dollar […]

4/12/2019
EPA’s Latest Effort on SRE Transparency Helpful Progress But Not Enough

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced they will take comment on the current process for issuing small refinery exemptions, allowing EPA to post the names of refineries who have applied for and received small refinery exemptions, an important first step in providing transparency in the process. While noting EPA’s progress, Growth […]

8/30/2018
Growth Energy, RFA Demand Transparency for Small Refinery Exemptions in New Lawsuit

6/26/2018
Growth Energy Issues Statement on Continued RFS Waiver Misuse at EPA

5/23/2018
Growth Energy Releases Statement on Upcoming RFS Meeting Between EPA, USDA

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Growth Energy CEO Emily Skor released the following statement in advance of Thursday’s meeting between the Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Agriculture to discuss the president’s plan to preserve U.S. biofuel production: “We’re pleased the USDA is taking up the president’s call to action and pressing for an immediate E15 fix, before the […]


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Moving to a nationwide E15 standard would save $12.2 billion in fuel costs - every year. That's meaningful for American drivers. https://t.co/0YVDOqVekX

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We recently hosted U.S. Sen. Steve Daines at the CHS refinery in Laurel, Montana. The event included a tour and a discussion about domestic energy policy, and how the refinery supports our customers and owners across rural America. https://t.co/xe0NF7MSUb

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.@RepCheri in @FoxBusiness: When we blend ethanol into our gasoline, it reduces harmful emissions almost in half, brings down the price for consumers by up to 60 cents per gallon and supports American farmers. foxbusiness.com/energy/ethanol…

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Japan has committed to taking all available measures to double demand for bioethanol, including for sustainable aviation fuel and on-road fuel, by 2030 to reduce dependence on imported petroleum. This move translates to roughly over an E3 blend → whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/…

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