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EPA proposes stronger air pollution standards for large facilities that burn MSW

January 11, 2024

BY Erin Voegele

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DOE selects 6 projects to advance wood heater innovation and reduce wood heater pollution

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By U.S. Department of Energy

February 20, 2024

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The U.S. DOE announced at the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Expo in Nashville, Tennessee, up to $2 million in Phase 1 funding for six projects to accelerate wood heater innovation and develop the next generation of efficient and clean wood heaters.

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More than 1.89 billion renewable identification numbers (RINs) were generated under the Renewable Fuel Standard in January, up from 1.76 billion generated during the same month of 2023, according to a data released by the U.S. EPA on Feb. 15.

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The U.S. EPA has published updated SRE data, reporting that 35 SRE petitions are now pending, up from 15 that were pending as of mid-January. No new SRE petitions were filed, but 20 previously denied petitions are being reconsidered by the agency.

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Clean Fuels Alliance America welcomed nearly 850 attendees from over 20 countries to connect with key players from the biodiesel, renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel industries at the Clean Fuels Conference in Fort Worth, Texas.

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The IRS on Feb. 16 issued a technical correction to a NPRM released in November that proposes changes to the Sec. 48 ITC, clarifying that that the cleaning and conditioning equipment critical to processing biogas into RNG is eligible for the ITC.

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