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Algae: the Best Crop to Produce Biofuel

A group of joined researchers from Mitsubishi and University of Marine Science and Technology released a proposal calling for massive seaweed / algae cultivation. This pilot projects occupy 10.000 kilometers square for seaweed farm. The researchers estimate that the farm will produce about 20 million kiloliters (5.3 billion gallons) of bioethanol per year. This is […]

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Alternative Energy Found in Biofuels

Biofuels are produced by converting organic matter into fuel for powering our society. More often today, these biofuels are being used as an alternative energy source to the fossil fuels that we currently depend upon. Ethanol and derivatives of plants such as sugar cane, as well as vegetable and corn oils are all included in […]

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Ethanol fuel from household wastes

Rising food prices have recently been blamed in part on the redirection of corn to ethanol plants. By growing less corn to take advantage of ethanol prices and subsidies, demand and speculation of food supplies has risen. To counter this effect and find a more efficient alternative to corn ethanol, a few companies have began […]

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