There has been a gradual but strong demand for alternative fuels on the planet. Fuels that will cause as little impact to the Earth as possible while not sacrificing the ever-growing demand for power. Ethanol is commonly known as alcohol and is used in your favorite weekend cocktail.
Ethanol makes a small percentage of the gasoline we commonly get from the pump. Unlike that gasoline, Ethanol is a renewable, powerful source of energy. Ethanol has a gasoline gallon equivalency of 1.5 gallons.
For those who are interested in learning more about this source of energy, there is a National Ethanol Conference. Located in Kissimmee, FL, the conference is a great opportunity for those who have questions about the fuel and/or support the use of this fuel. Companies that endorse, use or create the fuel will be in full swing, giving talks and offering answers to questions.
For more information, please visit the National Ethanol Conference website.