The Environmental Protection Agency proposed increasing the amount of biofuel in gas, meaning more Indiana-produced ethanol will find it’s way into cars.
The EPA is lowering its standards for how much renewable fuel must be added to gasoline sold in the United States.
The Environmental Protection Agency sets standards on how much ethanol must be blended into gasoline.
A recent study indicates creating ethanol from corn releases 7 percent more carbon dioxide emissions than gasoline.
Seven years after being dubbed ‘BioTown USA,’ the small town of Reynolds in north central Indiana is living up to its name.
Indiana produces a significant amount of biofuels that could potentially be used in commercial and military airplanes.