Alcohol Fuel Tax Exemption

Expired: 06/30/2009

Alcohol fuel sold for consumption or use by the purchaser is exempt from state excise tax. For the purpose of this exemption, alcohol fuel is defined as neat biomass-derived alcohol liquid fuel or a mixture of petroleum-derived fuel and alcohol fuel consisting of at least 10% denatured biomass-derived alcohol that is used to fuel a motor vehicle. A producer, wholesaler, or retailer of alcohol fuels must pass any savings from this exemption on to the consumer. This exemption expires June 30, 2009. (Reference Hawaii Revised Statutes 237-27.1)

Jurisdiction: Hawaii

Type: Laws and Regulations

Enacted: Jun 26, 2007

Technologies: Ethanol

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