IARN — Since President Biden took office, there has been a lot of talk on environmental issues and agriculture is looking at the roles they can play to help them do good by mother nature. One of the ways that have long been a benefit is the use of biofuels. While the President has pushed for the electrification of the Federal vehicle fleet, biofuels are making the case that they are also very good at curbing those dreaded carbon emissions.
A recent study released by the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) shows that biofuels have reduced carbon emissions by 980 million metric tonnes from 2008 through 2020. RFA’s Geoff Cooper says that this is because the Renewable Fuel Standard went above and beyond expectations.