In President Bushâ€™ last State of the Union address; it was clear that among his proposals included that of the energy crisis that the country was experiencing. Apparently the current energy sources today are becoming insufficient for the country and that the need to look for alternative means of generating energy has become imminent to retain the competency of the nation today.
The mention of such alternatives such as increasing the production of ethanol from noncorn feedstocks. Such has been identified as a good means of providing the additional energy for consumption in the growing population and demand for energy today. Other possible source of adding towards this need includes that of soybean-based biodiesel.
This developed as the current stock of noncorn feeds may be insufficient to address the assistance expected from them to generate the needed power. But the last say would still be left unto congress, the body that will evidently pass down the final approval just in case.
Originally posted on February 11, 2007 @ 11:13 pm