Pennsylvania law requires cellulosic E10

By | August 04, 2008
A Pennsylvania law signed by Gov. Edward Rendell on July 4 as part of the state's 2008-'09 budget provides new incentives for cellulosic ethanol producers. The Biofuel Development and In-State Production Incentive Act requires all gasoline sold in Pennsylvania to consist of 10 percent cellulosic ethanol one year after in-state production has reached 350 MMgy and has been sustained for three months on an annualized basis. Corn-based ethanol requirements were left out of the legislation.