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Low Carbon Gas: Break new ground, not our walletsPosted by Gino DiCaro, VP, Communications on April 16, 2008
The biggest threat to getting the LCFS right (as well as all of the other regulations being implemented under California's Climate Change Law) is time constraints. DEADLINES MUST NOT DICTATE OR RUSH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THESE RULES OR FUEL SELECTIONS. We're already at the forefront with a California-only climate change law so the uncertainties and questions of such complex regulations should be our sole interest. The Air Board, with the only real manpower for such an undertaking, must take all the time it needs to understand life cycle impacts from these fuels and allow for corrections once the regulations are made.
Read CMTA President Jack Stewart's LCFS opinion placed in April 12 Sacramento Bee.
Read the AB 32 Implementation Group's LCFS letter to CARB
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