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More Interesting Information About Clean Fuels

How much do clean fuels cost?
A look at the prices of biodiesel blends, electricity, Ethanol 85, compressed natural gas and propane.

Where can I get clean fuels in Oregon?
An interactive map of where to find biodiesel blends, compressed natural gas, electricity, Ethanol 85, liquefied natural gas and propane.

Federal renewable fuel standards
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is responsible for developing and implementing regulations to ensure that transportation fuel sold in the United States contains a minimum volume of renewable fuel.

Oregon renewable fuel standards
Oregon House Bill 2210 mandates that a certain percentage of renewable fuels (biodiesel and ethanol) must be blended into Oregon’s motor fuels. Currently, the mandated blend rate is 5 percent biodiesel in diesel and 10 percent ethanol in gasoline.

Oregon 10-year energy action plan
Oregon’s 10-Year Energy Action Plan outlines strategies to meet energy efficiency, renewable energy, greenhouse gas reduction, and transportation objectives, with strategies that help create investment opportunities, keeping more capital circulating in Oregon.

National Low Carbon Fuel Standard Project
Fuels of the future will be cleaner, cheaper, and more "made in America" if the United States adopts a national low carbon fuel standard, say scientists from six of the nation's leading research institutions. The National Low Carbon Fuel Standard Project was launched to study the economic and technical aspects of a national clean fuel standard for the U.S.


Partnerships to Promote Clean Fuel Production in the Pacific Northwest

Advanced Hardwood Biofuels Northwest
A USDA-funded consortium of universities and industry partners working to develop a Pacific Northwest biofuel industry that provides 100 percent renewable and infrastructure-compatible transportation fuels derived from sustainably-grown hardwoods.

Northwest Advanced Renewable Alliance
This takes a holistic approach to building a supply chain using a large variety of feedstocks (from construction waste to forest residues) to create a sustainable industry to produce aviation biofuels and important co-products.

Watch a video to learn how agricultural wastes become a fuel.

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Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
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