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The cuts were included in the last two budgets submitted to Congress, but were never implemented. Will GOP budget hawks now get on board?
WASHINGTON—Lately, President Obama seems to be suffering from a case of laryngitis on the topic of...
Jan 14, 2011 | Read More
Study finds elimination of 'blender's credit' would have little market impact and save taxpayers billions
Efforts to continue a lucrative tax subsidy for the corn ethanol industry, a longtime golden child...
Jul 30, 2010 | Read More
Both sides use mounting frustration over America’s oil dependence to sway the public
Ethanol lobbyists are bumping up against a new wave of resistance in Washington as green groups...
Jul 6, 2010 | Read More
Producers tout the ethanol alternative to oil, but similar problems abound
With cries of "Till, Baby, Till!" the biofuels industry is seizing on the Gulf oil disaster to...
May 6, 2010 | Read More
Federal Policy Drives Production Goals, but Huge State Credits Determine Location
While Congress debates the economic and environmental value of extending substantial federal tax...
Apr 30, 2010 | Read More
U.S. Push for Subsidy Reform Faces Seen and Unseen Obstacles
One of the most important steps in transitioning the world away from a fossil fuel-based energy...
Apr 26, 2010 | Read More
Industry Argues Jobs Will Be Lost Without It
The federal tax credit for ethanol is among the most controversial energy- or environment-related...
Apr 25, 2010 | Read More
In spite of the popularity of the idea of market-driven innovation, one of the most effective...
Apr 15, 2010 | Read More
The Result: 882,000 New Jobs, 10% Drop in Emissions
Solar power technologies could generate 15 percent of America's power in 10 years, but only if...
Dec 29, 2009 | Read More