Ethanol is still a good investment for region
A new University of Minnesota study of ethanol is raising concerns, especially about corn-based ethanol.
The study's conclusion was that corn ethanol is no better than gas and has some economic and health concerns. The study also concluded that ethanol produced from switchgrass or other plant materials is cheaper and more efficient than gas or corn-based ethanol.
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