Ethanol Report on Independence and the RFS

Energy IndependenceAs we celebrate our nation’s independence this week, we’re coming up on about five years now since the RFS was strengthened in the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007. So we thought it was good time to look back and see just what that policy has done to help with that goal which has really been at the root of the development of the ethanol industry over the years.

On this date back in 2009, we quoted Jay Hakes, author of “A Declaration of Energy Independence,” and his definition of energy independence from that book – it is a great one.

Energy Independence is a civilization changing idea, like freedom, one that should be thought of much like we think of our national independence—our liberty, which is both an ideal and a physical reality. Energy Independence can and should be pursued with the same patriotic spirit that fought for, won and sustains American democracy and freedom.

ethanol-report-adIn this edition of “The Ethanol Report,” Renewable Fuels Association Vice President of Research and Analysis Geoff Cooper talks about how the RFS is working toward that patriotic goal, helping to reduce imports of foreign oil, grow the economy with American jobs and keep the red, white and blue flying over a greener nation.

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