should invest in this new machine!
If you're done drinking for a while, why not turn your extra libations into fuel? Rachel dornhelm explores a machine that turns alcohol and sugar waste into food for your car, and whether it can save you money over the long haul.
...Customers who buy a machine can be hooked into a local supply network. They might get leftover wine from Northern California, or beet sugar waste from Nebraska. The machines won't be available until the end of the year, but Quinn says he's had thousands of orders. - marketplace
Labels: Autos, Energy, Wine