[USA] Exxon Mobil Corp.’s investment in algae biofuels may turn out to be good for business, and public relations. Continue reading Exxon’s algae investments may be good for business, and public relations
[Malaysia, Singapore] Magnus Energy Group’s wholly-owned subsidiary Meg Management has entered into an agreement with Algae Farm Engineering Continue reading Magnus Energy shares sink 50% as group dives into microalgae cultivation in Malaysia
[Global] Emerging opportunities for algal biofuels, particularly in the Persian Gulf region, may propel the success of the industry, Continue reading Emerging opportunities for algae biofuels to supplement fossil fuels
[USA] It sounds wacky, but Algenol has figured out how to turn bags of the green stuff into biofuel. Can this science revolutionize how we fill up our vehicles? Continue reading Will cars of the future run on algae?
[USA] Just about every start up has to face the dreaded “Valley of Death,” the time that comes after they have demonstrated their idea and before they are producing it at significant scale and generating revenue. Continue reading Algae fuel producers look beyond fuel to stay afloat
[Global] From powering aeroplanes to replacing nuclear energy, algae has been touted as a green energy miracle. So if our waterways are already filled with the stuff, Continue reading Why algae could be the greatest, and trickiest, fuel source of all
[USA] Imagine being able to use synthetic biology to create a genetically altered organism that uses the sun’s energy to literally Continue reading Algae company Joule merges with Red Rock Biofuels
[USA] According to the Energy Biosciences Institute at the University of California at Berkeley the algae biofuels industry is still in its infancy. Continue reading Do algae biofuels need 10 more years of R&D to compete?
[Global] Wind energy can power streetlights. Electric vehicles are being pushed to be a norm. Solar panels have reached consumer level, thanks to Tesla’s Powerwall. Continue reading The potential of biofuel: powering jets with algae
[USA] As early as the 1950s, researchers were looking at algae for methane gas production. The algae was grown on rooftops of Massachusetts Institute Technology (MIT). Continue reading A carbon-neutral fuel alternative