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State Biodiesel Policy Roundup and Update:
Mandates, Production and Blending Incentives, Bioheat Legislation

Recorded: December 5, 2013 | 2:00 PM CST

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Ron Kotrba
Biodiesel Magazine
Shelby Neal
State Policy Director, National Biodiesel Board
Paul Nazzaro
CEO, Nazzaro Group, LLC and NBB Petroleum Liaison
Kevin Hennessy
Biofuels Manager, Minnesota Department of Agriculture
Emily Reyna
Senior Manager of Partnerships and Alliances, Environmental Defense Fund

The questionable fate of the U.S. renewable fuel standard (RFS) has dominated headlines in recent months, with powerful oil and food lobbies pushing Congress to dismantle the program. Some say the federal RFS sets a benchmark for U.S. production while state policies determine where the fuel will be used. With the RFS under siege, state biodiesel policies are now more important than ever to preserve sustainable biodiesel industry growth achieved in recent years. Hear what the experts have to say about the state of state biodiesel policies—what’s new (e.g., Rhode Island and New York State Bioheat legislation), what’s changing (e.g., Minnesota’s ramping up to B10), and where the most promising biodiesel markets are emerging (e.g., California’s LCFS).