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Biodiesel from flue gas emissions

You remember that thing I picked up a few days ago about people using algae to make biodiesel from flue gas emissions? At the time I was a little sceptical about the idea,mostly because I

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Biodiesel: what’s the rationale?

Why bother with biodiesel? The European Biodiesel Board published a list of questions and answers in July, in response to the European Commission, which asked for comments as part of its plan to modify

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CO2 to biofuel with algae

Biofuels from algae, is not new, its an idea which is old enough to have been discontinued and restarted. That is one of the mark of serious idea. I noticed that New Scientist, this week, is running a story about US firms that are using algae to convert the carbon dioxide from power plants into […]

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How much changing to Biofuels can save you and the planet

There’s a calculator here that tells you how much you could contribute to saving the planet by blending biodiesel with traditional straight-out-of-the-ground product. It must be true because its the US National Biodiesel Board.

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