I think I’m not alone when I say that I feel trapped by the oil companies. I have to get around, public transit isn’t always an option, so off I go to the gas station, gritting my teeth and cursing the gods of oil. According to the E-fuel Corporation, we may soon have the ability to break the oil chains and simply make our own fuel in our backyards. The company has developed the E-Fueler 100 Micro Fueler, a machine the size of a stackable washer and dryer that will take sugar and yeast, and convert it into ethanol.
There are some questions surrounding the true cost efficiency of the model, but personally, I almost don’t care if it costs less, just so I don’t have to put any more dollars into the oil companies’ pockets.
Read More At The New York Times
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