The U.S. government’s own scientists on Sept. 21 questioned whether corn-based ethanol is better for the environment than traditional petroleum-based fuels.September 21, 2023
Stakeholders are expressing concerns about the costs associated with a proposal aimed at expanding use of electric vehicles and curtailing the prevalence of internal combustion engines.
The Biden administration on July 14 rejected more than two dozen oil refinery requests for exemptions from U.S. biofuel-blending requirements.July 14, 2023
U.S. Rep. Tim Walberg (R-Mich.) has introduced a bill that would bar the EPA from finalizing strong new emission standards that would push the auto industry toward EVs.
President Joe Biden vetoed a proposal to roll back federal emission standards associated with heavy-duty commercial vehicles.June 20, 2023
A proposal to roll back federal emission standards associated with heavy-duty commercial vehicles advanced to President Joe Biden, who has vowed to veto the legislation.May 24, 2023
The Biden administration has dropped, for now, a plan that would have awarded automakers such as Tesla Inc. credits for using renewable natural gas to power electric vehicles.May 19, 2023
Prior to moving forward with Inflation Reduction Act funding, the EPA says it is seeking comment on zero-emission technologies in the heavy-duty vehicle and port sectors.