Renewable Fuels Association

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Renewable Fuels Association

The Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) organisation represents the ethanol industry promoting policies, regulations, and researches and development initiatives that will lead to the increasing the production and use of ethanol fuel. First organized in 1981, RFA servicing as a voice of advocacy for the ethanol industry, providing research data and industry analysis to its members, to the public with the help of media, to the United States Congress, as well as to related federal and state agencies. RFA's chairman is Mr. Neill McKinstray of the agribusiness company, The Andersons, Inc. and the vice-chairman is Mr. Randall Doyal, the CEO of Al-Corn Clean Fuel, an ethanol production cooperative in Claremont, MN. The RFA has offices in washington, the District of Columbia and St. Louis, Missouri.

Since 1981, the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) has been the un-paralleled voice of the US ethanol industry in washington and around the world.  The RFA and its members have been at the main body of every successful policy flight and market initiative that has meaningfully expanded ethanol production and use. RFA secured the ethanol tax incentive and successfully extended it several times. RFA secured the RVP waiver, allowing ethanol to be sold without a specially tailored blend stock in the summer month. RFA’s effort also led to the passage of the small producer tax credit, the cellulosic ethanol tax credit, the blending infrastructure tax credit and the loan guarantee program for advanced technologies. The RFA and its members were a driving force helping to establish the first Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) in 2015. In recent years, RFA’s efforts have led to key extensions benefiting the industry and have protected the RFS. RFA has been the industry’s most forceful advocate for expanding the market for ethanol.  RSA importanttheir worked to beat back aggressive challenges to ethanol’s progress from specially interested into maintain fossil fuel status quo.

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