It could be, but there are a few things that would need to be addressed first. For one, much of the farmland currently used to grow food would be taken over for producing ethanol, and food production and costs may suffer. Also, the distillation and fermentation of the ethanol requires power, and the harmful gases saved by driving a vehicle with ethanol could be cancelled out by those created in the ethanol making process.
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