A Day in the Life of a Renewable Identification Number (RIN) for Transportation Fuels
Presented by Dr. Wally Tyner, Purdue University.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) uses Renewable
Identification Numbers (RINs) to track renewable transportation fuels.
The RIN system allows EPA to monitor compliance with the Renewable Fuel Standard
(RFS), a federal program that requires transportation fuels sold in the
United States to contain minimum volumes of renewable fuels.
A great article to review prior to the seminar: The Renewable Fuel Standard - Where Do We Go From Here?
Who Should Attend:
Friday Web Seminars provide expert analysis and interpretation of
bioenergy and renewable energy topics relevant today. Seminars are
presented on the last Friday of each month at 10 am Central time. The
live audience can ask questions of presenters. All seminars are recorded
and archived for later viewing Click HERE to view past web seminars . Bioenergy Friday Web Seminars are FREE! A computer with an internet connection is the only technology required. Web seminars are announced at http://learn.extension.org
interested in Bioenergy and renewable energy. Extension Educators,
Professors, State Agencies, Federal personnel, Teachers, College
Students, Bioenergy industry personnel etc.
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