LCFS


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LCFS

Abbreviation for:
Locality Counterfraud Specialist
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proceed on a claim that the LCFS ethanol provisions illegally
Petroleum importers, refiners and wholesalers have the options to "develop their own low carbon fuel products, or buy LCFS Credits from other companies that develop and sell low carbon alternative fuels, such as biofuels, electricity, natural gas or hydrogen.
The LCFS rule was challenged in two court cases that alleged the rule violated federal and state law.
We show that if demand is perfectly inelastic, then an LCFS can achieve economic efficiency, however, if demand is not perfectly inelastic the average cost of the LCFS per unit of carbon reduced will exceed the average cost of carbon reductions under a Pigouvian carbon tax.
The crystals typically stain in the same manner as those described for LCFS and have a similar ultrastructural appearance but are located in histiocytes, rather than proximal tubular cells (Figure 3, A and B).
American opposition to oil sands, coupled with such legislation as California's LCFS, which attempts to curb GHGs across the state by reducing GHG emissions at the supply level (the producer level), (30) necessarily poses a threat to the development of the Canadian oil-sand industry and to thousands of jobs directly and indirectly related to the industry on both sides of the border.
Supporters of a Northeastern low carbon fuel standard point to the California LCFS as a model.
As a result, corn alcohol no longer qualifies as a means to reduce carbon emissions which is one of the key goals of the LCFS.
the Air Resources Board formally approved an LCFS plan requiring fuel