Ethanol Policy: How to Grow Production Sustainably Without Subsidies
In this week’s episode of R-Squared Energy TV, I discuss potential improvements to U.S. ethanol policy. I explain the fundamental principles that guide my thoughts on energy policy, which primarily involve moving toward more sustainable and locally-sourced energy, but understanding the trade-offs as we do so. In this episode, I make it clear that I am not opposed to ethanol as a fuel, but have been opposed to some of our ethanol policies in the U.S.
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