EnAlgae showcases for European Parliament

EnAlgae scientists recently held a project showcase at the European Parliament in Brussels with the aim of informing politicians about how algae can play a role in a more sustainable future. Led by Swansea University and funded by the European Union under the INTERREG IVB North West Europe Continue reading EnAlgae showcases for European Parliament

[Download] Carbon fee bill would benefit algae industry

Legislation recently introduced in the U.S. Senate includes a provision that would encourage carbon utilization technology. The Algae Biomass Organization has spoken out to applaud the bill, which calls for greenhouse gas (GHG) regulations that would promote the use of carbon dioxide as a feedstock for plastics, biofuels, chemicals and other products. Continue reading [Download] Carbon fee bill would benefit algae industry