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Michigan ethanol fuel to be phased out by 2021

Michigan Gov.

Rick Snyder (R) announced that the state will phase out the use of ethanol fuel in cars by 2021.

The move is in response to reports that the ethanol used in automobiles contributes to global warming.

The governor said the decision will reduce the greenhouse gas emissions from the ethanol industry by 20 percent.

He said the change is the “first step in addressing the climate crisis” and is “a big step forward for the Michigan economy.”

 The move comes as a number of states across the country are beginning to phase out ethanol.

In a statement, the American Petroleum Institute said the switch to biodiesel “will save the nation billions of dollars each year, help reduce fuel consumption and create millions of jobs.”

The change is a result of a U.S. Department of Energy study, and the study concluded that the “low-emission fuels and low-emissions technologies are expected to be available in 2020 and beyond.”

“We are thrilled that the Michigan Legislature will take this important step in the right direction and help our state move toward cleaner energy and less carbon pollution,” David Wegner, president of the American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers, said in a statement.

The EPA is also looking into the possibility of allowing the use as a substitute for diesel in certain areas.

“It’s a big step,” EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy told reporters at a press conference in Washington.

“This is a big deal.

And I think it’s going to make a big difference.”

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How to get a gallon of ethanol from ethanol fuel

A new study by the American Association of Petroleum Geologists shows that a gallon or so of ethanol will produce roughly 1.5 times more power per gallon of fuel than conventional gasoline.

The study, published in Environmental Science & Technology Letters, finds that ethanol produces less greenhouse gases than gasoline, and produces a higher yield per gallon when burned in fuel cells.

“This is a breakthrough in the energy storage market, where a gallon and a half of gasoline is already about twice as powerful as the equivalent of a gallon’s worth of ethanol,” Andrew Lander, the lead author of the study, said in a statement.

“The fuel cells we’ve developed, which have been used in commercial vehicles for over a decade, have the potential to deliver even more power.”

The researchers used an internal combustion engine to generate a 1.6-liter, 1,200-horsepower tank of fuel, which was then loaded into a diesel-powered vehicle.

They then tested the fuel cells against the same fuel, hydrogen, to determine how much power they could produce with each fuel.

They found that they could generate roughly one gallon of electricity per gallon fuel, enough to run a gasoline-powered car for five days at the gas station.

That is, ethanol produced roughly the same amount of power as hydrogen, a relatively new fuel.

Lander noted that the power that hydrogen produces is comparable to that of diesel.

“It’s a pretty significant difference,” Lander said.

“That’s an amazing advantage.”

The research is also a bit surprising.

The ethanol researchers didn’t expect that the amount of energy produced would be so much more than the amount that hydrogen is able to generate.

The hydrogen researchers thought that because ethanol’s fuel cell produces less energy than the gasoline-based system, hydrogen could potentially produce far more power than ethanol, which is why they built their own hydrogen fuel cell.

But when they compared their fuel cell with the gasoline system, they found that the fuel cell produced more power.

Lander noted in a press release that the research is a step in the right direction, but he also said that the researchers need to continue their work to find out more about the energy yield of the ethanol system.

They have also released a new video detailing the findings, which you can watch above.

A Jet Fuel Gelato recipe for India

Jet Fuel gelato is a recipe for Indian food that is similar to the original Jet Fuel but with a touch of Jet.

The flavour is not as salty as Jet Fuel, but still has the kick of Jet-fuel-gelato.

This recipe uses a blend of Jet, Soy sauce, sugar and flour to make a gelato with a nice balance between flavours.

The texture of the gelato can be different depending on the type of gelato. Read more