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How can ethenaol serve as source of energy ?

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Asked by manasi bhadouria, 21 Apr '11 07:38 pm
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All car engines designed for gasoline(petrol) can be blended with ethanol ...may be upto 25% and their performance hardly changes much . The price of ethanol is about half of gasolone right now and it is domestically available . It becomes then imperative for govt to substitute a part of gasoline say 5-10% by ethanol compulsorily at all petrol pumps . This is what makes it serve as source of enegy and every govt is doing everywhere .
Answered by sk singh, 23 Apr '11 11:24 am

 
  
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No idea about ethenaol,but Ethanol(Ethyl Alcohol) has a bright future as an alternative source of energy.
Answered by Dare Devil, 21 Apr '11 08:18 pm

 
  
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Ethanol Alternative Energy

When we think of alternative forms of energy ethanol is usually not at the forefront of our thoughts. We are more familiar with water, geothermal, nuclear, and solar energy... right? Well the truth is the power of ethanol can provide a vital key to unlocking the means to finding alternative forms of energy.

But what's the deal with alternative energy, anyway? We have a vague idea that these types of enhanced natural resources can save our planet, but we also have heard that alternative energy may have some disadvantages that may not be as talked about as they should be. The fact is alternative energy can help with environmental issues like sustainability and global warming. Read on to see how ethanol fits into this picture.

Ethanol Alternative Energy / Increasing Independence

During the recent couple of years, many countries in the world faced serious challenges, associated with conventional energy sources. The new economic aspect, stemming from t ...more
Answered by ajay, 21 Apr '11 07:42 pm

 
  
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Alternative source of energy
Answered by sumati gayki, 24 Apr '11 09:14 am

 
  
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Just as an alternative source of energy...!
Answered by Dil Se, 21 Apr '11 09:04 pm

 
  
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