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Renewable Policy Update for China. "As with the rest of the global renewable energy sector, China's renewables policy has evolved considerably over recent years. Here are the latest major developments and market trends."
Japan's Next Generation of Renewable Energy. "If the Yokohama exhibition is any indication, the generation of biofuels is one of the main areas of research for many Japanese institutes."
Countries Pledge Global Support for Clean Energy. "The United States and dozens of other countries have pledged hundreds of millions of dollars toward clean energy initiatives to help battle climate change, U.S. Energy Secretary Stephen Chu said on Tuesday."
800 Million Gallons of Biodiesel. The Environmental Protection Agency has announced it will require the domestic use of 800 million gallons of biodiesel in 2011.
Is Algae the Biofuel of the future? "There are some signs that the algae-based fuel industry might be ready to bloom."
Waste to Energy as an Alternative. "According to the Energy Information Administration, the average American throws away about 4.5 pounds of trash daily, and nearly 1,600 pounds per year. "
Engineers Tap Algae Cells for Electricity. "It may be the beginning of the production of “high efficiency” bioelectricity. This will be a clean and green source of energy but minus carbon dioxide."
Microalgae-to-biofuel Process Skips Extraction. "Illinois-based Unitel Technologies Inc., says it has developed a microalgae-to-biofuel process that skips drying and oil extraction altogether, representing a faster, cheaper and less energy-intensive route to clean fuels. "
|Advanced Biofuels. An advanced biofuel is defined as a renewable fuel—other than ethanol derived from corn starch—that is derived from renewable biomass and achieves a 50 percent greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction.|
YouTube - Next Big Bio-Fuel - ALGAE. Bryan Garner, News Channel 5 visits a farm in Fellsmere that produces algae which replaces crude oil.