Corn ethanol or cellulosic ethanol? To Congress, the difference is sometimes irrelevant
Morris is educated on the subject. He is vice president of the Minneapolis-based Institute for Local Self-Reliance and was an advisor or consultant to the energy agencies of Presidents Ford, Carter, Clinton and George W. Bush. He also wrote the books "The Carbohydrate Economy" and "Driving Our Way to Energy Independence." Morris is calling on the new Congress to change the Act back to the way it was before the late-night change to make the words "cellulosic ethanol" mean what they say again. He has a very convincing argument, and I encourage you to read the whole thing.
[Source: Renewable Energy Access]
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