Ethanol and biodiesel are the most common biofuels and have been used as motor fuels since the advent of the internal combustion engine. Each fuel has followed its own path as fuel extender, mandated blending component, and stand-alone fuel. Tax credits which once so generously supported the industry have disappeared, creating both struggles and opportunity as the market matures. This course follows the interplay of agriculture, oil, and alternatives from production to the pump and beyond.
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