Addressing the Climate Crisis
Transportation is the largest source of U.S. carbon emissions and it is the economic sector most reliant on petroleum. Biodiesel and renewable diesel are drop-in replacements for petroleum diesel that are readily available today to reduce carbon intensity in transportation.
Congress is debating proposals that would provide billions of dollars for zero-emission vehicle infrastructure. At the same time,
there is bipartisan legislation that would provide a comparatively modest amount of money ($1 billion) to continue a successful biodiesel infrastructure grant program that with just $25 million has increased consumer access to better, cleaner fuel by nearly 1 billion
Please contact your Representative and Senators through this form to thank those who have sponsored the legislation (S 227/HR 1542) and encourage additional legislators to co-sponsor.