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RFA (Renewable Fuels Association)--ethanol fuel

Abstract: 
Established in 1981, the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) is the national trade association for the domestic ethanol industry. The RFA has promoted the use of renewable energy resources by serving as a vital link between domestic ethanol producers and the U.S. Congress and Federal and State Government; as well as regulatory agencies, American industries and consumers nationwide. The Renewable Fuels Association Membership, which includes 90% of all U.S. ethanol production entities, encompasses a broad cross-section of private industries, businesses and organizations involved in the production, blending and marketing of alternative and renewable fuels. Includes reports on the feasibility of ethanol as an alternative fuel.
Author: 
Carter80@mit.edu
Input By: 
Brandie Carter reviewed
Affiliation: 
Trade/Business Association
Industry Focus: 
Energy,Chemical,Transport,Food & Agriculture
Country: 
United States
Datatype(s): 
Bibliographies & Reports,Organizations