- Advanced biofuels are generally derived from non-food-based feedstocks and yield at least 50% lifecycle reduction in greenhouse gas emissions compared with fossil fuels.
- The Department of Energy Resources (DOER) has announced a suspension of the formal requirements of the Advanced Biofuels Mandate for heating oil and transportation diesel fuel and instead will establish a voluntary program.
- The Clean Energy Biofuels Act was signed in 2008 to encourage the growth of an advanced biofuels industry in Massachusetts, as part of the state's growing clean energy technology sector.
- Massachusetts has set the stage for making the transition from fossil fuels to biofuels in diesel and No.2 oil-fired applications.
- The Legislature gathered testimony on advanced biofuels that continues to provide useful context for advanced biofuels activities today.
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