Public Meeting on Clean Fuels Forecast
Washington’s Clean Fuel Standard will cut statewide greenhouse gas emissions by 4.3 million metric tons a year by 2038 and stimulate economic development in low carbon fuel production. These goals are accomplished by requiring fuel suppliers to reduce the carbon intensity of transportation fuels to 20% below 2017 levels by 2038.
Fuel suppliers can achieve these reductions through methods by:
- Improving the efficiency of their fuel production processes
- Producing and/or blending low-carbon biofuels into the fuel they sell
- Purchasing credits generated by low-carbon fuel providers, including electric vehicle charging providers.
The Washington State Department of Commerce must make a prediction regarding whether sufficient credits will be available to comply with Clean Fuels Program requirements and prepare a fuel supply forecast. The draft fuel supply forecast is now available for public review and comment.
Public Meeting Information
Commerce held a virtual public meeting on the draft clean fuels forecast on Friday, Sept. 9. Meeting materials are below.
- Meeting recording (Zoom)
- Passcode: ^5@RcMNF
- Meeting presentation (PDF)
Comments are being accepted through Sept. 14, 2022 via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, contact Steven Polunsky, Senior Energy Policy Specialist on Clean Transportation.