The main requirements for making algae biofuel are: lots of sunlight, plenty of space, and easy access to the sea. Australia is an algae gardener’s paradise.
Algae.Tec signs agreement with Phoenix Energy to supply its technology for proposed waste to energy facilities for Australia and New Zealand.
Algae.Tec says German airline to finance facility and take at least half its output as jet fuel.
The listed algae fuel company opens facility at Manildra ethanol plant to establish the yield from its unique enclosed algae growth systems.
An electrifying twist on photosynthesis by Glasgow University scientists promises to lead to a much more productive technique of making biofuel from algae.
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.