Globally, investment in renewable energy declined for the second consecutive year in 2013 according to REN21. The world total still amounted to an an impressive $214 billion but this was down 12 percent on 2012 and 23 percent on 2011. Continue reading Global Renewable Energy Investment Declined For the Second Consecutive Year in 2013
In Australia, South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is conducting offshore trials to determine whether seaweed can be farmed in South Australia. Funded by the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation Continue reading South Australia pushes for seaweed development
LOGAN — Utah State University researchers are using the Bonneville Salt Flats to market what they believe is the fuel of the future: a biofuel made with algae and safflower seeds. For some, salt is the stuff dreams are made of. Continue reading USU researchers blazing trails with car fueled by algae, safflower seeds
Algae company OriginOil is partnering with Algasol Renewables on a large-scale algae fish feed production venture.
The company has developed in the past a Electro Water Separation (EWS), Continue reading Algae company partners with Bangladesh fish feed venture
While residents of Stockton suffer due to the smell, boat seller Marc Bay has more serious issues. He said potential customers quickly turn around when approaching yachts that are for sale.
“We’ve had several clients the past few weeks that we’ve shown yachts to. Continue reading Stockton algae problem grows worse with no solution
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has issued a caution to hunters and any other member of the public who may be using the area around Olive Creek State Recreation Area. Anyone using the area, particularly Continue reading Blue-green algae causing problems close to Beatrice