Nuclear plants could supply steam for ethanol, some say

03/20/2007 | Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.)

Some in the nuclear industry suggest placing ethanol plants near nuclear power plants to give them access to a cheap source of steam. They argue energy costs are an ethanol plant's second-largest expense and that nuclear power plants are very good at producing the steam needed to convert corn to ethanol.

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