Published on August 13th, 2012 | by Zachary Shahan5
Ethanol Process that Boosts Recoverable Energy By 2000%?
August 13th, 2012 by Zachary Shahan
If this news below is legit, this is quite a big deal. Ethanol isn’t exactly the most loved of alternative fuel options, but this Michigan State University breakthrough below could help to boost its use and popularity. Here’s the low-down from Chris of sister site Gas2:
New Ethanol Process Boosts Recoverable Energy By 2000% (via Gas 2.0)
With so much focus on electric cars these days, it can be easy to forget how much money and effort is being funneled into biofuels. Ethanol has gotten a bad rap in recent years, with everyone from conservative deficit hawks to liberal environmentalists deriding it as a dead end. But a new breakthrough…
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