The lawsuits and complaints in the green car industry are flying about non-stop these days. Porsche vs. London. Tesla vs. Fisker. Michael Papp's troubles. State-based emissions and fuel economy regulations in the U.S. Here's yet another to add to the list: The European Biodiesel Board (EBB) vs. American biodiesel producers.
- Sebastian Blanco
- Apr 26, 2008
- Xavier Navarro
- Dec 12, 2007
"Illegal concurrence" and "subsidized dumping" is what the European Biodiesel Board (EBB) calls US biodiesel imports into the European Union, backing up a similar statement made by Spanish producers. According to the EBB, Europe is importing half a million tons of U.S.-made B99 (700,000 million tons according to other estimates). The U.S. biofuel has a much lower price than that made in Europe.
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