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Hemp ethanol is about five times cheaper than gasoline

According to biofuel expert Tim Castleman, hemp ethanol could be produced for 1.37 per gallon plus the cost of the feedstock, with technological improvements and tax credits reducing the price another dollar or so per gallon!

CIFAR Conference XIV, “Cracking the Nut: Bioprocessing Lignocellulose to
Renewable Products and Energy”, June 4, 2001
http://fuelandfiber.com/Hemp4NRG/Hemp4NRGRV3.htm (dead link)

https://scholar.google.com./scholar?q=HEMP+BIOMASS+FOR+ENERGY&hl=en&as_sdt=0&as_vis=1&oi=scholart

Biomass and energy yield of industrial hemp grown for

biogas and solid fuel

Is industrial hemp the ultimate energy crop?

HEMP BIOMASS FOR ENERGY

HEMP BIOMASS FOR ENERGY

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Tim Castleman

© Fuel and Fiber Company, 2001, 2006

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