Politically popular ethanol as oil substitute still has doubters

02/3/2007 | U.S. News & World Report

Ethanol may be a favorite in U.S. political circles, but some energy experts still question whether the biofuel can be relied on to play a large role in energy consumption in a system currently tailored to gasoline. Some critics doubt the ethanol industry can be self-sustaining without government subsidies and question the environmental consequences of producing ethanol.

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