‘Expanding military energy sources improves the reliability of our overall fuel supply’
‘Today’s decisions by EPA are emblematic of an irreparable Renewable Fuel Standard’
‘EPA’s overzealous 2013 biodiesel mandate is unworkable’
Carter once asked Congress for the ‘most massive peacetime investment in the development of synthetic fuels’
Gore has come out against corn ethanol, but he continues to support cellulosic ethanol. There’s a reason for that.
The U.S. needs an all-of-the-above approach to energy.
Advocates of ethanol subsidies turn on the industry in the face of rising food costs and deficit spending
Investing in agricultural development can keep America safe.
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Congress should not eliminate any credits, be they for anything from children to ethanol.
In 1994, Vice President Al Gore cast the tie-breaking vote to authorize ethanol production, now he calls it “bad policy”
Vilsack's 'boondoggle' of a plan - TheDC
The Obama administration’s plan for renewable fuel standards will do little to help America’s problem with greenhouse gas emissions
The Democrats say they want to end our dependence on foreign oil, but their policies are making us more, not less, dependent on it.
Scottish scientists develop whiskey-fuel - Sky News
Butanol is 25 percent more efficient than ethanol
Taxpayers are footing a relatively small but symbolic amount of money for the company’s projects despite the government’s rhetoric
New must-have Christmas gift: the pooing robot - Tech Radar
Researchers at the University of Bristol have developed a pooing robot, complete with hygiene detection and anger management
Crucial offers to help clean up BP’s oil spill “have come from Belgian, Dutch, and Norwegian firms that … possess some of the world’s most advanced oil skimming ships,” but Obama’s interests lie closer to unions than cleaning up the epic mess in the Gulf
Ethanol mills are making money. Taxpayer subsidies are starting to flow overseas. The impact of a bigger blend of ethanol has a lot of as of yet unanswered questions—the biggest of which, given the economic standing of the industry is, what’s the rush?