Governments deal another blow to biodiesel industry

The recent economic recession has hit many businesses hard over the past several months. Though still fairly nascent, the renewable fuels sector has trudged on, relying on the government for little more than moderate tax credits and subsidies. However, a combination of expiring incentive programs an...

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