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Global Algae Biofuel Technologies Market Report- 2014-2018

Governments in various countries including the US, Italy, China, Germany, and India have been funding biofuel projects, and have introduced incentives and subsidies to vendors that produce biofuels. For instance, the US has announced a stimulus package of US$100 billion to develop clean, alternative, and renewable technologies. The US Government has also introduced its Renewable Fuels Reinvestment Act, which proposes an extension […]

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Top Algae DHA Innovator Sells 100% Algae Oil to Pharmas at Lower Price, Higher Quality

Source-Omega announced today it has opened several new pharmaceutical sales accounts this year with their true 50 percent DHA algae oil. The key to their success is expertise in the lipid biochemistry of algae oil, which has helped train the oil to create new trade positions. A new algae oil supply was launched two years […]

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Ecover adopting algae-based laundry liquid to cut palm oil use

People will soon be able to wash their clothes using a cleaning product derived from algae, a more sustainable source than the palm oil that is currently used in most detergents. Ecover, the green cleaning company, will launch the algae-based laundry liquid in Europe later in 2014, as part of its pledge to ultimately replace […]

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Canadian Companies Shaping the Future of Cleantech – Pond Biofuels – A Case Study

Pond Biofuels can trace its beginnings to President Jimmy Carter and the oil crisis of the 1970s. In the face of oil shortages, Carter launched an ambitious initiative to find alternative fuel sources. While most of the money was earmarked for more orthodox renewable energy programs like solar and wind, the U.S. Department of Energy […]

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[ More ] April 1st, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae, algae biodiesel USA, Canada |

Algae Biomass Organization’s 2014 Algae Industry Survey Shows Optimism, Continued Job Creation and Increased Commercialization

A new survey of the algae industry conducted by the Algae Biomass Organization (ABO) broadly shows an industry that is growing, from increased production of biomass and oils, to increased hiring, to a wider variety of end products. The survey was conducted in March 2014 and includes more than 280 responses from companies and individuals involved in […]

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[ More ] March 30th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae, algae oil production, Algae-Energy |

Researchers asked to give up efforts to develop biodiesel – Indian Researcher’s Perspective

In India 60% of our edible oil requirements are met by imports. There is a lot of talk about researching algae for fuel, but it is much more valuable to convert algae into a value added product. Professor MM Sharma, senior researcher of the  Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research (AcSIR), India highlighted the fact that […]

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Biofuel Trade Organizations Ask for Extension of Advanced Biofuel Tax Incentives

A group of biofuel trade organizations including the Algae Biomass Organisation (ABO) have sent a letter to Senate Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Ranking Member Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) encouraging extension of critical advanced biofuel tax incentives — the Second Generation Biofuel Producer Tax Credit, the Special Depreciation Allowance for Second Generation Biofuel Plant […]

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[ More ] March 25th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae, Algae Fuels Mandate, Biofuel |

Nanoparticles can Boost Solar Energy Capture of Algae

Technological advances such as using nanoparticles to boost solar energy capture by plants will take our technology to a new level of applications, such as increasing crop yields or algae biofuel production. Nanoparticles could increase the amount of solar energy captured by plants by as much as 30%. That is the conclusion of researchers at […]

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[ More ] March 24th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae, Research |

UC San Diego Takes Top Two Positions in National Rankings for Biofuel Research

A new report issued by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) ranked programs at UC San Diego as the two best in the country for algal biofuels research, including Scripps Institution of Oceanography as top in the nation. An external group of experts from industry, academia, government, and the non-profit sector evaluated […]

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Suicidal Algae Help Their Relatives and Harm Their Rivals

Pierre Durand, an evolutionary biologist at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, has been trying to figure out why. In an earlier study with a single-celled algae called Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, Durand grew cells in the liquid where other cells had previous killed themselves (in response to heat stress). The algae grew faster than usual in […]

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[ More ] March 20th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae, algae oil production, Algae-Strains |

REGULATION: Calif.’s pioneering low-carbon fuels rule could see multiple changes

California’s landmark law requiring lower-carbon fuels is poised for a rewrite. Advisers to the state’s Air Resources Board yesterday detailed proposed revisions to the low-carbon fuel standard (LCFS), a first-in-the-nation regulation. Potential changes include allowing oil companies to earn program credits for making refinery upgrades that shrink greenhouse gas pollution. That amendment would give businesses […]

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Plastics made from Algae Cultivated by Industrial CO2

Spanish research institute Aimplas, and 14 European partners, have launched a project that aims to cultivate microalgae in photobioreactors, which need only sunlight and industrial CO2 emissions, to produce different products for the chemical industry. The European Commission financed project, Bisigodos, is a 7th Framework Programme initiative that aims to select and cultivate new varieties […]

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Can This Algae Investment Lower American Manufacturing Costs

Many companies have tried their hand at cultivating photosynthetic algae in massive outdoor facilities — a list that includes well-established multinationals such asExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM) and hopeful start-ups such as Sapphire Energy. Unfortunately, despite the influx of investment, few have had success. Although many venture capitalists are focusing on more modular processes than those conducted in open […]

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Algae Milk Is The Next Big Thing – Solazyme

Solazyme recently displayed one use of its algal flours in the form of Algae Milk. Algal flour can be used in a wide range of applications. Limited innovation when it comes to food ingredients could provide Solazyme with a significant market opportunity. In the coming years, there may be a new “milk” arriving at your […]

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PNNL publication Identifies Promising Locales for Algae Projects

The Algae Biomass Organization, the trade association for the algae industry, lauded a new publication from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in partnership with Sapphire Energy, “Siting Algae Cultivation Facilities for Biofuel Production in the United States: Trade-Offs between Growth Rate, Site Constructability, Water Availability, and Infrastructure,” in the journal Environmental Science and Technology. The publication […]

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European Algae Biomass 2014, Seville, Spain, May 6th and 7th 2014

ACI’s 4th annual European Algae Biomass Conference will once again bring together senior executives from industry and academia to discuss the latest commercial and technical developments, challenges and research breakthroughs throughout the entire algae value chain. The conference will have a heavy focus on case study examples of latest technologies in operation in the global algae […]

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[ More ] March 10th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae, Algae-Energy-Events, Education and Training |

A Joint Venture with CAPP: Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance: Collaboration for the environment

Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA)’s Algae Carbon Conversion Project uses algae to convert C02 into biofuel and biomass products, which will help to reduce oil sands operations’ GHG emission. Major Canadian oil sands companies have come together in an unprecedented move to collaborate and advance technologies to accelerate the pace of environmental performance improvement. Thirteen […]

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Michigan State University (MSU) Devises a Technological Device for Algae Fuels Development

A team of researchers from Michigan State University (MSU) have devised a new technological device intended to further develop algae-based biofuels. This device — the environmental photobioreactor – has become the world’s first standard algae growing platform, which simulates dynamic natural environments. The researchers, led by David Kramer, Hannah Distinguished Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at […]

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Algae.Tec bags $2.4 million order for high yield algae production technology

Algae.Tec (ASX:AEB) should trade higher today after receiving its first purchase order, and a significant one at $2.4 million, from an affiliate of Reliance Industrial Investments and Holdings. The order is in connection with arrangements reported in January for the supply of algae production technology and associated technical expertise, and will be supplied and completed […]

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The Next Generation of Biodiesel Coproduct Research

In the early days, the quality of crude glycerin produced at biodiesel plants was of little concern to biodiesel producers. “U.S. biodiesel producers were mainly interested only in the fuel aspect of the business and paid little attention to the byproducts they produced, even though crude glycerin production is 10 percent of the final product,” […]

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[ More ] March 7th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae, Research, University Research |

Algae as Fuel Viability Advances

US – A team of Michigan State University scientists have invented a new technology that increases the odds of helping algae-based biofuels cross that gap and come closer to reality. The current issue of Algal Research showcases the team’s invention — the environmental photobioreactor. The ePBR system is the world’s first standard algae growing platform, one that […]

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[ More ] March 7th, 2014 | No Comments | Posted in Algae, Research, United States, University Research |

Researchers Test Algae Biofuel in Hong Kong

Scientists in Hong Kong are testing the use of micro algae to clean water waste and produce fuel. The technology is still too expensive to be broadly developed, but researchers are asking for the government’s support in protecting homegrown biofuel against cheaper, foreign competition. Environmental scientist Ho Kin-Chung from the Open University of Hong Kong […]

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[ More ] March 7th, 2014 | 1 Comment | Posted in Algae, Algae-Fuel-Research, Asia, China, Research |

Iberdrola-Backed AlgaEnergy May Build Mexico Biomass Plant

AlgaEnergy SA, part-owned by Spain’s Iberdrola SA (IBE) and Repsol SA (REP), is in talks with potential partners to set up a plant in Mexico to supply the American markets with biomass made from algae. The International Energy Agency, a policy adviser for industrialized nations, estimates biofuels must supply about 27 percent of road fuels […]

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Algae as Fuel Viability Advances

A team of Michigan State University scientists have invented a new technology that increases the odds of helping algae-based biofuels cross that gap and come closer to reality. The current issue of Algal Research showcases the team’s invention — the environmental photobioreactor. The ePBR system is the world’s first standard algae growing platform, one that […]

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Promote Your Algae Product for just $100 a month at the Most Popular Algae Industry Web Resource

Oilgae, the most popular web destination for algae fuels and algae value-added products, has launched, Oilgae Gallery. This will be a unique promotion platform for all companies and suppliers for the algae industry. The Super Formula to Fight Aging – Its Name is Astaxanthin -Know more What is Oilgae Gallery? It is an attractive section […]

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