Biodiesel from Algea


Over the past few years, we’ve heard a lot about how biodiesel is “taking root” as an alternative, cleaner, greener fuel. Until now, it’s been made mostly from all kinds of crops like soy, canola and even palm oil. But in Fort Collins, Colorado, a team of scientists and entrepreneurs is working on a new way to make biodiesel – from algae grown in a controlled environment.  Tune in to find out how this new technology can make a difference with providing clean fuel and reducing global warming.

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