Australian Algae-To-Oil Facility To Start Operations in 2015

An algae-to-biofuel facility that eventually will convert waste carbon dioxide to jet fuel as well as biodiesel is to be built at a coal-fired power station in New South Wales, Australia. To be built by start-up Algae.Tec, the facility near Syndey is to begin operations early in 2015. The carbon...

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