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Video about ethanol usage.
In this video you can see how cellulosic ethanol will lower the dependence on foreign oil without competing with food production. The carbon footprint is also much lower.
The world is requiring more renewable sources of energy to meet its needs. With decades of expertise in feedstock, bioprocessing and biofuel production, DuPont has answered the call with a fully integrated process that converts biomass to cellulosic ethanol.
This farm-to-fuel system is applied in our Nevada, Iowa biorefinery, which will produce 30 million gallons of fuel-grade ethanol a year, with a licensing model that can be applied anywhere in the world.
As the primary source of biofuels in North America, many organizations are conducting research in the area of ethanol production. The National Corn-to-Ethanol Research Center (NCERC) is a research division of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville dedicated solely to ethanol-based biofuel research projects. On the federal level, the USDA conducts a large amount of research regarding ethanol production in the United States. Much of this research is targeted toward the effect of ethanol production on domestic food markets. A division of the U.S. Department of Energy, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), has also conducted various ethanol research projects, mainly in the area of cellulosic ethanol.
In this video you can see how easy it is to install an ethanol conversion kit onto a car. Afterwards you will be able to drive with ethanol, gasoline or any blended combination of the two.
In this video it is explained why you should use ethanol.
Simple commercial why you should use ethanol.
Did you ever wonderabout where your money goes when you fill up ?
Commercial why you should use ethanol.
Today we are going to upload my first video, in which i have shown you that a crazy man is bathing, but how is he bathing?
To know this you have to watch this video. So go and enjoy the video.
There are already 10 million flex fuel vehicles on the road. Which vehicles can use E85 ?