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Fuels derived from renewable, non-food biomass – which Congress established in 2007 as Advanced Biofuels – can help to close the “electrification gap.” These fuels are distinct from first-generation biofuels like corn-based ethanol because they deliver a greater reduction in greenhouse gases and are one-to-one replacement for gasoline, diesel, and jet fuels. Plus, liquid advanced biofuels require little change in fuel distribution infrastructure or the transport fleet and can therefore be rapidly deployed without significant taxpayer investment.