Motorists using “gasohol” – a blend of ethanol and gasoline – are squandering money for a fuel that is inefficient and environmentally harmful, asserts a Cornell University professor. His findings echo previous research that affirms ethanol, although technically a “renewable” energy source, requires more energy to produce than it yields when blended with gasoline to make gasohol. (See related story: New Analysis: Ethanol Not a Renewable Fuel) David Pimental, a Cornell ecology professor, ...

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