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Court sides with POET on California emissions rule

POET supports LCFS based on sound science that gives all renewable fuels "access to market to improve California’s health and environment."

For the second time, the California Court of Appeals has found that the California Air Resources Board did not follow the law in implementing its Low-Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS).

The goal of the LCFS regulations is to progressively reduce the greenhouse gas emissions from transportation fuels used in California. The LCFS regulations use carbon intensity values to approximate the greenhouse gas emissions generated from all stages of producing, transporting and consuming a fuel —

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