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What people should be most concerned about, however, is a recent study from the University of California, Davis. The study predicts the global oil supply will run out a full 90 years before the supply of alternatives is sufficient to meet demand unless there are major changes in biofuels policy.
Alan Schaefer is the best person to answer your query. - more»
Alan talks of much higher CO2 sources. - more»
Nice reply MOnterio.
Although we moved away from where Hasseli started.
Sorry fo rthe deviation. - more»
Thanks Anna. That is pretty relevant. - more»
Fresh water is a no no.Either salt water or waste water treatment . - more»
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Skyonic is a start up. Joe Jones is the CEO. Skyonic like Calera is opting to to scrub ... - more»
Alan ! Well said. There is no arguement left for open raceway ponds model anymore. More than the cost, the foot ... - more»
http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/krwg/news/news.newsmain/article/1/0/1728821/Regional/NMSU.In.Las.Cruces.Receives.Federal.Grant.For.Algae.Fuel.Research - more»
Here is an abstract of an article in Sciencemag.org" Microalgae are considered one of the most promising feedstocks for biofuels. ... - more»
Prof S. Elumalai has been a serious researcher on algae from bio fuel. It is heartening to note that my ... - more»
This is something similar to what is being tried in California."An algae-based wastewater treatment project is planned to be
started ... - more»
According to Prof Stephanopoulos, the technology makes use of an engineered microbe. The technnology is an attempt to convert carbohydrate feedstocks ... - more»
Good to know that India too is joining the algae biofuel race. There is an urgent need for a number ... - more»
Vertigro is an interesting concept, to have tall pbrs like the one's Alan designs, next to a coal plant to ... - more»
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