Obama administration full bore on biofuels

April 2012
Western Farm Press Exclusive Insight;4/18/2012, p6
The article reports on Deputy Assistant to the U.S. President for Energy and Cimate Change Heather Zichal's claim that the administration is supportive of domestic renewable fuels. According to Zichal, the domestic production of biofuel continues to increase, which helps reduce the nation's dependence on oil and also helps cut pollution and create jobs. She states that Obama's administration is also committed to infrastructure and deployment of renewable fuels and related technologies.


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