If you think ethanol = green, consider the possibility of an ethanol plant in Iowa (that uses potatoes or sugar beets as a feedstock) that's powered by excess heat from a nuclear power plant. It's supposed to be cheap, and it does reuse energy that might otherwise be wasted, but nuclear ethanol can't be a popular thing in some green circles, can it?

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