With a Little Help From My Friends
by Joanna Schroeder (DomesticFuel.com) …Yet while we lament about high energy costs, we downright howl over the higher costs of alternative energy and try to push today’s development aside for future progress and cost competitiveness.
Let’s talk about cost parity for a moment. Those opposed to ethanol often cite the cost per gallon is not competitive with gasoline without subsidies unless the price of a gallon of oil reaches a certain point. Hey people – we’re nearing that point and we’ll soon hold steady and never look back.
…“When it was Big Oil fighting biofuels, I don’t think there was a problem. But when you have Big Oil, Big Food, environmental groups, some ag groups up against biofuels, it’s pretty common sense that you can’t have much division in biofuels or you’re in trouble. Or in more trouble, I should say,” (Senator Chuck) Grassley said. READ MORE