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Recharge Wrap-up: Formula E comes to London, hydrogen fueling comes to Denmark

California's Low Carbon Fuel Standard Survives

Denmark will get four new hydrogen fueling stations from Air Liquide. The French company will put two of the hydrogen stations in Copenhagen, one in Aalborg and the fourth in Vejle. The new fueling stations are in addition to two already existing sites in Copenhagen and Holstebro. Read more at The Daily Fusion.

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BIg Oil's favorite anti-clean energy study knocked down by review panel

Oil companies and other supporters of the fossil fuel status quo have been using a study by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) to attack California's landmark clean energy bill AB32, particularly the bill's Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS). Oil companies have been particularly irate that the LCFS requires them to reduce carbon pollution from gasoline and diesel 10 percent by 2020. But wh

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CARB's "extreme" low-carbon fuel rules deemed unconstitutional

Ahh, the famous Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution (i.e., Article 1, Section 8). What doesn't it cover? According to U.S. District Judge Lawrence O'Neill, it covers the Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS) rules put out by the California Air Resources Board

Study: Plug-in cars are cleaner than gas, hydrogen cars could be worse

Sometimes, it seems like people are out there studying things just to get our little community here up in arms. Case in point, a study published in Science Direct that looks at the well-to-wheels emissions of

Biodiesel Board meets with Vilsack, pleased with results

Officials from the National Biodiesel Board are meeting with the USDA and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack over the California Air Resources Board's proposed Low Carbon Fuel Standard and the ramifications that the legisl

CARB's Low Carbon Fuel Standard, EPA rules might put the hurt on biofuels

The proposal from the California Air Resources Board for a Low Carbon Fuel Standard that we mentioned the other day might deal a blow to the biofuels industry. The LCFS might be one way for California to meet its stated goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions through lowered carbon in California transportation fuels by an average of 10 percent by the year 2020. To enact some of t