The California Low Carbon Fuel Standard is starkly simple. It requires that all transportation fuels have, on average, ten-percent less carbon intensity than today's gasoline by 2020.
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A "low carbon fuel standard" (LCFS) is a market-based, technologically neutral policy to address the carbon content of fuels. 11 states have banded together to start developing this.
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