Ethanol from corn was always a costly, inefficient idea. Corn as a commodity is terribly skewed in the United States by corn-related (and more recently, ethanol) subsidies. The "corn lobby" has successfully prevented more-efficient, cheaper biofuels from Brazillian sugar cane to be imported, for example (see also this comparison).
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