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07/27/10

Permalink 05:26:32 pm, Categories: News, 113 words   English (US)

NYTimes explores Algae as Fuel

Algae are attracting attention because the strains can potentially produce 10 or more times more fuel per acre than the corn used to make ethanol or the soybeans used to make biodiesel. Moreover, algae might be grown on arid land and brackish water, so that fuel production would not compete with food production. And algae are voracious consumers of carbon dioxide, potentially helping to keep some of this greenhouse gas from contributing to global warming.

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No mention of local company PetroAlgae.

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