The federal government has published the Clean Fuel Regulations, part of its plan to “decarbonize” the energy sector.
The policy is a double edged sword for agriculture — on one hand, low-carbon-intensity fuel includes ethanol and renewable diesel, which can create marketing opportunities for corn, wheat, canola, and soy. But many fear that the end result of higher fuel costs will outweigh any benefit.
We want to know how you feel about the regulation. Is it a net positive or negative for Canadian agriculture?
Read more and listen: Renewable Industries Canada how the Clean Fuel Regulations will work