While the study does not put much support behind using corn to make ethanol, it does anticipate the production of ethanol from cellulose -- the woody part of plants -- in a process that has been demonstrated but not made commercially effective.
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The new century's growth industry: energy isolationism
If a group of US lawmakers and governors has its way, Americans will be able to obtain all the fuel that they ever need from domestic resources and know-how
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