Results tagged subcommittee+on+energy+and+power

Domestic Fuel: EWG Has No Love for Corn Ethanol

During the recent Subcommittee on Energy and Power’s hearing to review the RFS as well as during a recent RFS briefing sponsored by the Advanced Biofuels Association last week in D.C., the Environmental Working Group (EWG) made it very clear that they have no love for corn-based ethanol.

EcoWatch: Corn Ethanol Harms Consumers, Climate and Renewable Energy Development

The federal requirement to blend corn ethanol into gasoline is polluting America’s air and water, contributing to climate change, hurting consumers and hindering the development of cleaner biofuels.

The flaws of the RFS, as explained by the EPA, USDA and EIA

On Wednesday, the U.S. House of Representative’s Committee on Energy and Commerce held a hearing on the RFS in its Energy and Power Subcommittee to gain clarity — from government officials — on how the RFS is impacting the environment, our nation’s fuel supply and consumers.