This program encourages and promotes the use of alternative transportation fuels as a way to increase the overall efficiency of the transportation system, improve air quality and promote energy independence. An extensive network of alternative fuel stakeholders has been established and is working to accelerate the availability and use of alternative fuels in Alabama.
Below are some PDF documents about biofuels that you may find useful:
If you’re looking for more information on alternative fuels, a good place to start is www.fueleconomy.gov. The U.S. Department of Energy also has an Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicles Data Center with an alternative fuel station locator, tax incentives and laws and much more.
Other sources of information for alternative fuels include the Alabama Clean Fuels Coalition, the U.S. Energy Department’s bioenergy website, the STRIDE Collaborative, and the National Biodiesel Board.