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View Resource Ethanol Across America: Education

This site offers numerous informational links concerning research, uses, production, benefits, technical performance and the impact of ethanol-fueled vehicles. Despite it?s non-destructive e...
View Resource Energy in Agriculture and Society: Insights from the Sunshine Farm

The author discusses energy conservation, and uses of renewable and nonrenewable energy sources in food production systems, from data and observations based on research conducted at the Land...
View Resource Federal Energy Management Program: Life-Cycle Cost Analysis

The Department of Energy's Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) works to reduce the cost and environmental impact of the Federal government by advancing energy efficiency and water conservation,...
View Resource National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition

An information packed web-site from an organization whose mission it is to promote the use of 85 percent ethanol as a renewable form of alternative transportation fuel while enhancing agricultural...
View Resource Ethanol Retailers

As the number and variety of flexible fuel vehicles (FFV) on our nations highways increase, likewise the need for an increased number and variety of renewable fuel outlets must become more accessible...
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