United States farmers and biofuels makers are watching for the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) final decision on the 2014 Renewable Fuel Standard rules, which will set the amount of biofuels, such as ethanol and biodiesel, that are blended Continue reading Biofuels waiting for a decision on the RFS
Beachgoers at Dee Why Beach near Sydney Australia have been encountering something since early September that is rarely seen on their shores: balls made up of living green algae, reports The Telegraph. Continue reading Mysterious ‘green aliens balls’ more likely algae than UFO evidence, scientists say
Airlines, universities and other organizations have started an initiative to produce and supply biofuels in Japan, with a target of having commercial flights using such fuel by the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
By April next year, the group, called Continue reading Biofuels planned for skies over 2020 Tokyo Olympics
[EU] The Alexir Partnership, a carton board manufacturer and co-packer, has contributed to the development of a seaweed derived Continue reading Seaweed derived coating
THE photosynthesising plant-like organism Spirulina, which does not have true roots, stems or leaves, and live mostly in marine and freshwater environments, has the potential to produce food protein s and renewable biofuels. Continue reading Local bio-tech firm working to find algae-based alternative to fossil fuels