ABO responds to Supreme Court ethanol decision

June 24, 2013
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ABOlogoThe Supreme Court on June 24, 2013 halted the progress of a challenge to E15 fuel sales, a move boding well for the future of biofuel future, as well as algae companies operating in the ethanol space. Algae Biomass Organization ABO Executive Director Mary Rosenthal issued a statement welcoming the decision, as follows:

“Today’s decision is another step in our nation’s journey to a future of cleaner, renewable and more secure sources of fuel for our cars, trucks and planes,” said Rosenthal. “The decision affirms the hard work of innovative companies that are commercializing new feedstocks, such as algae, to be a source of sustainable ethanol and other biofuels. These are fuels that can be produced by Americans for Americans. From coal to petroleum to biofuels, America has a long tradition of adopting new and better energy sources, and today it’s great to know we are keeping the doors to innovation open.”

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