The Renewable Fuels Association is ready to work with the White House on policies that will ensure the continued growth of the ethanol industry, says Bob Dinneen, the group's president and CEO, in response to the Department of Agriculture's announcement of new supports for the industry. According to his statement, the RFA will continue cooperation with the Obama administration on seeking an extension of ethanol tax incentives, installing fueling and storage infrastructure, fixing the loan-guarantee program for renewable fuels, reforming the sector's tax-credit structure, adding flexible-fuel vehicles and allowing E15 for all vehicle model years.

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