Diesel Biofuel Mandate In Minnesota Doubles Next May

(Last Updated On: January 6, 2018)

 

Next May, biofuels in Minnesota will need to contain a mix of 20 percent soybeans or other renewable sources under a new mandate.

State officials say the so-called B20 mandate will cut carbon dioxide emissions by 1 million tons next year, while providing an economic boost to farmers and three Minnesota companies that produce the plant- or animal fat-based oils for use in the diesel fuel blends.

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