Topics: Biodiesel Tax Credit

Alternative Fuels Council Offering Webinar on Biodiesel Blending

Alternative Fuels Council Offering Webinar on Biodiesel Blending

On Thursday, June 30, 2022, the Alternative Fuels Council is offering a webinar on what economic benefits are available and what steps to take to determine what profit margins could be gained by blending biodiesel. More

NATSO, SIGMA Statement on EPA’s Renewable Volume Obligations for 2020, 2021, and 2022

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NATSO Members Urge Lawmakers to Extend Biodiesel Tax Credit at Parity With Sustainable Aviation Fuel

NATSO Members Urge Lawmakers to Extend Biodiesel Tax Credit at Parity With Sustainable Aviation Fuel

NATSO members continue to urge lawmakers to ensure that sustainable aviation fuel does not receive a special carve out in the Build Back Better legislation and instead is at parity with the biodiesel tax credit. More

NATSO, SIGMA Urge Lawmakers to Extend Biodiesel Tax Credit in Budget Reconciliation

NATSO, the national association representing truckstops, travel plazas, and off-highway fuel retailers, along with SIGMA: America’s Leading Fuel Marketers, and representatives of the trucking and convenience store industries, urged lawmakers to extend the $1 per gallon biodiesel tax credit in the upcoming budget reconciliation package and ensure tax parity for any new credits awarded for transportation fuels that compete for the same feedstocks. The organizations specifically warned that more favorable tax treatment to other transportation fuels, such as sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), would increase diesel prices as well as carbon emissions, since SAF production is a less efficient process than renewable diesel and biodiesel production. More

Representatives Axne, Kelly Introduce Biodiesel Tax Credit Extension Act of 2021

U.S. Representatives Cindy Axne (D-Iowa) and Mike Kelly (R-PA.) today introduced legislation that would extend the $1.00 per gallon biodiesel blenders’ tax credit for three additional years through 2025. Companion legislation to extend the biodiesel tax credit also was introduced in the U.S. Senate by Sens. Maria Cantwell (D-WA) and Chuck Grassley (R-IA). More

Biodiesel Fundamentals for Truckstops with the Alternative Fuels Council [Podcast]

Biodiesel Fundamentals for Truckstops with the Alternative Fuels Council [Podcast]

In this episode of The Truck Stops Here Ginger Laidlaw, vice president with NATSO's Alternative Fuels Council, provides critical answers to biodiesel questions on incentives, fuel quality, equipment and much more.  More

How Renewable Fuels Can Help Independent Truck Stops

How Renewable Fuels Can Help Independent Truck Stops

Here are a few reasons why adding renewable fuel options to your lineup is a great way to stand out and attract a wider audience. More

Renewable Diesel: From Production to Pump

Renewable Diesel: From Production to Pump

Renewable diesel fuel is creating new opportunities in the fuel business and provides environmental benefits while also helping truckstop and travel plaza operators improve the economics of the fuel they sell.  “You have the potential to price your fuels more competitively and increase your profit margins,” said Ginger Laidlaw, vice president for the Alternative Fuels Council. More

What the Biodiesel Tax Credit Means for Truckstops

What the Biodiesel Tax Credit Means for Truckstops

You’re probably aware that the biodiesel tax credit (BTC) is worth $1 per gallon and helps lower the cost of biodiesel. You may also know that it was recently reinstated — retroactively for 2018 and 2019, and also through 2022. But how exactly does that benefit truckstops? More

Why Biodiesel Blends Make Sense for Your Operations

Why Biodiesel Blends Make Sense for Your Operations

Electric vehicles may be the shiny new object, but speakers at the National Biodiesel Conference & Expo in January confirmed that the diesel engine will continue dominating the market for a long time. John Eichberger, Executive Director of the Fuels Institute, illustrated this point with federal data: 77% of all distillate energy is used by the over-the-road freight market. A 14% increase in registered diesel vehicles is expected by 2035 — including more passenger models. Diesel vehicle miles traveled are projected to increase 23% by 2035. More

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