Re: Ethanol From Sugar Cane
- From: "Alvin E. Toda" <aet@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 02 Jun 2006 12:00:13 -0000
On Wed, 31 May 2006, Jerry Okamura wrote:
"Lars Johansson" <johansson_onsala@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
"John W. Bienko" <as312@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
The petro-chemical processes to manufacture the
Ethanol to standards required for the gasoline
automoblile engine require the input of MORE ENERGY
than is produced for the final product. Ethanol
production is NOT EFFICIENT..
Petro-chemical process to prododuce ethanol? Never
heard of it. But uf it is so inneficient why use
it? Why not use the normal fermentation of biomass,
Because the powers to be, in this case, our
government "want" to use an ethanol/gasoline blend?
As for the use of normal fermentation of biaomass,
that may just happen.
Why so resigned to the "powers to be"? If you made your
own ethanol, you could easily make your own blend. For
example, fill your tank 1/2 way at the service
station-- come home and top it off with your own
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