Corn losing appeal as ethanol source

05/8/2008 | Engineering News-Record

Decreasing food supplies are forcing a re-evaluation of corn ethanol as a fuel source, and some experts say the ethanol plants under construction might be the last of their kind. Instead of grain, the next generation of ethanol will likely come from cellulose sources such as wood chips and corn stalks. The U.S. Energy Department is encouraging cellulosic ethanol with $1 billion in grants for plants and refineries.

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