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arbcombo -- Updated Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) under the California Low Carbon Fuel Standard (LCFS)

Posted: 06 Jan 2016 13:52:55
Staff of the California Air Resource Board have posted an updated
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) document related to the
re-adopted LCFS regulation. The FAQs attempt to answer questions
and comments related to re-certifications of fuel pathway carbon
intensity values, applications for new pathways, Low Carbon Fuel
Standard Reporting Tool and Credit Bank & Transfer System
(LRT-CBTS), etc.

In addition, staff has posted updated guidance documents for
re-certification of legacy pathways and new pathway applications
(originally posted on November 05, 2015).
1. Guidance Document for LCFS Re-certification Pathway
2. Guidance Document for LCFS New Pathway Applications
These documents and links can be assessed at the LCFS Fuel
Pathways website

NOTE:  Existing Method 1 (Lookup Table) pathways under CA-GREET
1.8b are NOT eligible for re-certification.  Applicants must
submit new pathway applications using CA-GREET 2.0 with all
required documentation.  Most existing Method 2A/2B pathways
under CA-GREET 1.8b will likely be re-certified as Tier 1 under
the re-adopted regulation.  Please consult the guidance documents
above prior to selecting an appropriate tier classification when
submitting a re-certification application.

The Low Carbon Fuel Standard, a regulation to reduce the carbon
intensity of fuels sold in California ten percent by 2020, is one
of the measures adopted by the California Air Resources Board,
pursuant to Health and Safety Code Sections 38500-38599 (AB 32)
to reduce greenhouse gases in California.  It is designed to help
clean the air, protect the environment, and drive the development
of clean, low-carbon fuels to improve California's energy
security and energy independence.

If you have any questions, please contact Anil Prabhu, Manager,
Fuels Evaluation Section, Transportation Fuels Branch, Air
Resources Board, at (916) 445-9227 or via e-mail at

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