New Biodiesel Bill Becomes Law in Calif.

[] Governor Schwarzenegger of California recently signed into law a proposal by State Senator Roy Ashburn (R-Bakersfield) to allow biodiesel and biodiesel blends in vehicles run by public agencies and utilities. The hope is to reduce dependency on foreign oil 20 percent. American Biofuels (ABF), which has been working with the California Energy Commission to establish production and usage criteria for the state, has plans to help meet demand by expanding capacity to 10 million gallons by year end, and then on to 35 million gallons in Bakersfield, California. ABF is 35 percent owned by Green Star Products.
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