Wisconsin Could Lead The Economy Away From Expensive Corn Ethanol
Interesting story in the Sunday Journal Sentinel about Wisconsin's possible role in advancing the use of so-called cellulosic ethanol - - derived from wood chips or grasses instead of corn.
Ethanol produced from corn requires too much water, petroleum and energy to generate much real savings.
This blog has posted a number of commentaries on this issue, going back to March.
And Denny Caneff, executive director of the River Alliance of Wisconsin, has been hammering home this point since January.
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