Ethanol:

RFA's Bob Dineen says Bush admin's farm bill proposal not adequate for cellulosic

With the president calling for an increase in alternative fuels use to 35 billion gallons within a decade and the farm bill up for consideration this year, both Congress and the administration are putting a major focus on the research and promotion of renewable fuels. During today's OnPoint, Bob Dineen, president of the Renewable Fuels Association, discusses the specifics of the administration's farm bill proposal and talks about whether or not it provides adequate funding to move beyond grain-based ethanol. Dineen discusses the difficulties of convincing retailers to sell E85 and talks about the future potential of creating an infrastructure to move E85 throughout the country.