The U.S. Grains Council, Growth Energy, and the Renewable Fuels Association applauded Canada for its finalized Clean Fuel Regulations. Those regulations are an initiative to reduce the lifecycle carbon intensity of fuel and energy used in Canada. That will help Canada achieve more than 20 million tons of annual reductions in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. The Canadian Clean Fuel Regulations will rely heavily on the use of low-carbon biofuels like ethanol. The program will include an average of 15 percent ethanol in gasoline by 2030. The groups issued a release commending Canada as a global leader because of its plan to slash greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation sector through higher blends of biofuels. The groups say the Clean Fuel Regulations in Canada set the country on a path toward better air quality, energy security, and carbon mitigation by moving to achievable goals like 15 percent ethanol in all gasoline by 2030.