Higher-level ethanol blends can increase efficiency, reduce GHG emissions

Growth Energy submits formal comments on "Technical Assessment Report" for light-duty vehicle standards.

Growth Energy submitted formal comments on the draft "Technical Assessment Report" (TAR) for the midterm evaluation of the Corporate Average Fuel Economy/Greenhouse Gas (CAFE/GHG) standards for light-duty vehicles of model years 2022-25.

“The draft TAR’s failure to incorporate analysis of mid- and higher-level ethanol blends and related engine technologies as a means to attaining the 2022-2025 standards leads to the implication that, as a policy matter, the agencies disfavor the us

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