Top Advanced Biofuels Companies Meet in Washington DC and Hear From Key Decision Makers From Capitol Hill and the White House

WASHINGTON, Nov. 17, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Leaders of the top advanced biofuels companies are meeting in Washington DC today as members of the Advanced Biofuels Association (ABFA). The ABFA members are hearing from key decision makers while encouraging Congress to pass a tax incentives package that will help commercialize their advanced technologies and renewable fuels. ABFA President Michael McAdams says if Washington doesn’t step in soon with pragmatic tax incentives aimed at investors and adding certainty to the market, advanced biofuels could be in jeopardy.
Take a look at comments from McAdams on a new episode of ABFA’s  Better Fuels Moment.
About ABFA
The member companies of The Advanced BioFuels Association (ABFA) are building better fuels through the new generation of advanced and renewable technologies that will help drive America’s new economy by creating new jobs while fueling a sustainable future for the world. For more information go here.

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