When the Senate passed the first phase bipartisan infrastructure package earlier this month, an investment in low carbon biofuels was not included. American Coalition for Ethanol CEO Brian Jennings still thinks that was a missed opportunity that shouldn’t happen again. Representatives are preparing to return to Washington D.C. to work on infrastructure. “Representative Angie Craig joined us in-person during the ACE Annual Conference to talk about the path forward on infrastructure. She’s going to make it a priority to get something for ethanol in those vehicles, if possible.” That could be restoring year-round E15 market or additional infrastructure assistance. “The point she made was if they’re going to put money on the table for vehicle charging stations, they damn well should put money on the table to make sure there are incentives for E10, E15 and E35.” Hear the story.