Ethanol production plants in Ohio supply greenhouse gas-reducing renewable fuel

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LEIPSIC, Ohio — In the fight against climate change and greenhouse gases, there may be an alternative to electric cars.

Ethanol is an alcohol produced from corn and 10% of it is already being added to gasoline at the pump. But 15% ethanol gas is available at many locations and it’s perfectly fine to use for any vehicle made after 2001.

It’s about 7 cents cheaper per gallon.

Ohio is one of the top corn producers in the country and is the seventh-largest supplier of the biofuel to the U.S. 40% of the over 580 million bushels produced is supplying one of seven ethanol plants across the state.

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