Three More Groups Come Out in Support of the Open Fuel Standard!

Saturday, June 4, 2011

In addition to the Methanol Institute, which came out strongly in favor of the Open Fuel Standard Act in early May (read their statement here), the following three organizations have jumped in with their support:

1. The Renewable Fuels Association: Bob Dineen, RFA's president and CEO, was one of the speakers at yesterday's news conference (watch him speaking here). Says Dineen, "More ethanol-ready vehicles are a critical component to the nations's strategy to end our addiction to oil."

2. Growth Energy: The president, Jim Nussle, said, "Each additional flex fuel vehicle on the road gives consumers a choice in their fuels, while lowering the price at the pump and strengthening our energy security."

3. American Coalition for Ethanol: Executive vice president Brian Jennings said, "With gas prices hovering at four dollars a gallon, and with oil companies unapologetic about massive profits, and refusing to even consider changes to their favored tax status, it is time for us to create real competition in the fuel marketplace, and this legislation does just that."

Read more here.

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