Renewable Fuel Standard: Overview
The Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) is a national program that focuses on reducing dependence on foreign oil, achieving greenhouse gas reductions and growing the nation’s renewable energy industry. It was created in 2005 under the Energy Policy Act, refined in 2007 as part of the Energy Independence and Security Act and still in effect today.

The program’s success is contingent upon renewable fuels displacing a percentage of petroleum-based fuels used across the nation. Each year Congress establishes a Required Volume Obligation (RVO) target that identifies the amount of renewable fuels producers must bring to market, shown in the chart below....

Ken Notes:US Gain is leading the charge to RNG and with the farms and landfills we have in Wisconsin we could easily lead the country in this product.

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