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Algae.Tec in deal to supply waste-to-energy plants in Australia, NZ

Algae.Tec in deal to supply waste-to-energy plants in Australia, NZ

Algae.Tec signs agreement with Phoenix Energy to supply its technology for proposed waste to energy facilities for Australia and New Zealand.

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Algae.Tec in deal to convert NSW coal plant CO2 into biofuel

Algae.Tec in deal to convert NSW coal plant CO2 into biofuel

Australia’s Algae.Tec signs deal with Macquarie Generation to take CO2 from coal plant and turn it into bio-diesel.

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Algae-covered walls to heat German building

Algae-covered walls to heat German building

An apartment building in an Hamburg, Germany, will attempt to employ the use of millions of microalgae in order to generate some heat.

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Algae.Tec begins production at photo-bioreactor in Nowra

Algae.Tec begins production at photo-bioreactor in Nowra

The listed algae fuel company opens facility at Manildra ethanol plant to establish the yield from its unique enclosed algae growth systems.

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Algae.Tec to build European algae fuel plant for Lufthansa

Algae.Tec to build European algae fuel plant for Lufthansa

Algae.Tec says German airline to finance facility and take at least half its output as jet fuel.

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Mixed Greens: Wind boom forecast for NZ

Mixed Greens: Wind boom forecast for NZ

NZ wind energy to grow six-fold as costs beat gas; Sapphire raises $144m for Green Crude plant; climate jobs slashed; Carnegie wave project decision coming.

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Mixed Greens: Algae on the up and up

Mixed Greens: Algae on the up and up

US algae producers optimistic about market, expanding capacity; Aqualia’s big plans for micro-algae fuel production.

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How innovation became a dirty word in US politics

How innovation became a dirty word in US politics

The US political debate around clean energy has descended so far that a $14m algae grant earns Obama the sobriquet of “scum pond Czar”

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How an 'electric leaf' could supercharge biofuel production

How an ‘electric leaf’ could supercharge biofuel production

An electrifying twist on photosynthesis by Glasgow University scientists promises to lead to a much more productive technique of making biofuel from algae.

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The hot CleanTech projects of 2012

The hot CleanTech projects of 2012

What are the most exciting cleantech projects in Australia this year? We look at solar energy, algae, electric vehicles, geothermal, wind and wave energy, and take a punt on their prospects.