80% of the cost of producing Ethanol, is the price of the Feedstock Base. Corn, sugar beets and sugar are expensive.
Hemp, regular lawn grass and waste fruit, are not! – T.D.P. Admin.
ETHANOL: The Hemp Solution
Hemp as a source of clean renewable ethanol fuel is explained and discussed by experts.
Introduction to Hemp based Ethanol
Published on Sep 8, 2013
PeaceBud explains the simplicity of Ethanol fuel made from hemp. Various industrial powers made Hemp illegal to monopolize the fuel industry. The average person could brew their own fuel and Hemp based Ethanol could save the planet from oil wars. Refining fossil fuels allows the Oil industry to control fuel production.
Hemp Fuel VS. Corn Fuel
In this episode we compare the economics of fuel generated from hemp versus that of corn and how the farmers are losing money.
Hemp for Ethanol in Kentucky, with Craig Lee
A descendent of hemp farmers and curator of the Kentucky Hemp Museum & Library, Craig Lee knows hemp is a superior crop choice for cellulosic ethanol production – the next wave in eco-friendly fuels. Hemp hurds contain 70% cellulose. Also, hemp seed can be used for biodiesel and for food products.
How Hemp Threatens the Corporatocracy
Abby Martin takes a look at the real reason why hemp is illegal in the US, the truth might surprise you.
How to make Ethanol from yard grass or any plants or Fruit waste, is the exact same as making Hemp into Ethanol!
We wish we could get higher quality video’s on this subject. We can’t. But the information is sound and good. That’s what counts in the end.
Side note: As far as the Re-Fuel America Campaign is concerned, these lower gas prices are kicking our butts. Even I, with my FlexFuel Tagged Car and love of Alcohol Fuel, couldn’t pass up $2.89 per gal. gas at the local Wawa, when that’s exactly what I pay for my E-85 Ethanol, which is 8 miles out the way!
I’ll just top off the tank with E-85 when I’m down that way and a few gallon’s low.