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First car powered by algal biodiesel to demonstrate real-world driving at Sundance Solazyme, Inc., a synthetic biology company unleashing the power of aquatic microbes to create clean and scalable solutions for biofuel, industrial chemical, and health and wellness markets, today revealed the first ever algae-derived biodiesel fuel (Soladiesel™) to have undergone road testing by successfully powering a factory-standard automobile for long distances under typical driving conditions. The car and fuel will make their public debuts at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival, where they are also featured in Fields of Fuel, Josh Tickell's documentary about renewable fuels. Soladiesel biodiesel is clean, renewable, environmentally sustainable and scalable.
27 Jan 2008
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May 21, 2008: David James explains how to process algae, into three different types of green fuels, using a gasification process. Green gasoline, green diesel and biodiesel can all be produced from the same algae feedstock. If you do not understand the English language, or wish to read the transcript of this video, it can be found here: *******algae.tcoalternativefuels****/algae-to-fuel-methods-presented-by-david-james
24 May 2008
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5-19-2008 Algae Fuel Summit-Opening Ceremony & Speakers Part one, “Opening Ceremony and Speakers”, featuring Dr. David Bransby, Ron Putt and David James.
29 May 2008
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5-19-2008 Algae Fuel Summit-Opening Ceremony & Speakers Part one, “Opening Ceremony and Speakers”, featuring Dr. David Bransby, Ron Putt and David James.
29 May 2008
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5-19-2008 Algae Fuel Summit-Opening Ceremony & Speakers Part one, “Opening Ceremony and Speakers”, featuring Dr. David Bransby, Ron Putt and David James.
29 May 2008
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5-19-2008 Algae Fuel Summit-Opening Ceremony & Speakers Part one, “Opening Ceremony and Speakers”, featuring Dr. David Bransby, Ron Putt and David James.
29 May 2008
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A very cool way tp prevent the build up of roof moss and algae. Distributed by Tubemogul.
17 Jun 2008
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LIVE: Thurs, June 26, 2008, at 2 P.M. E.S.T., David James will discuss the gasification of algae biomass to produce green diesel and gasoline, and the benefits/advantages of gasification. Q&A session will follow. NO CHARGE to attend. www.t-co****
25 Jun 2008
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LIVE: Thurs, June 26, 2008, at 2 P.M. E.S.T., David James will discuss the gasification of algae biomass to produce green diesel and gasoline, and the benefits/advantages of gasification. Q&A session too. NO CHARGE to attend. www.t-co****/algae
25 Jun 2008
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Is algae our biofuel of the future?
3 Jul 2008
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Based on Chapter 6 from The Beginners Guide to Natural Living by Larry Cook, host Zoe Simpson explains why the wild blue-green algae supplement from Klamath Lake is an excellent supplement to take on a regular basis. Distributed by Tubemogul.
8 Aug 2008
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In August of this year, T-CO Alternative Fuels, LLC. was invited to Southern Alabama, by Unified Fuels, Inc., to record portions of their gasification of algae biomass into liquid fuels. Watch the whole 9 minute video at www.t-co****
28 May 2009
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Algae to Oil Technology premieres at Green Tech Expo with promise of renewable energy.
21 Jul 2009
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Large Mouth Bass and Golden Alga at Saguaro Lake by the Arizona Game and Fish Department *******www.azgfd.gov
24 Oct 2008
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Algae is the fastest growing plant life, and as an organism it converts sunlight into oil, scientists theorize that Algal biofuel can produce a whopping 30 times more energy per acre than any other biofuel option. The US Department of Energy has estimated that if Algal Biofuel replaced all conventional fuel in the country, it would require 15,000 square miles of land to harvest the algae... which is roughly one seventh of the area that is used to harvest corn in the US every year. And a diverse group of byproducts, such as neutraceuticals and feedstocks for producing plastics, can be created in algal biofuel operations, making the production more cost effective. But before we start celebrating the great biofuel solution we've been looking for, there are a few problems... the biomass for producing a significant amount of algal biofuel just doesn't exist yet. The algae has to be grown from scratch and harvesting it is very expensive at this point in time. The potential of Algal Biofuel is staggering... but the problem is that, as of now, it's all just potential. It might be years before the technology catches up to make producing algal biofuel on a large scale possible... but when that time comes, we might be able to finally celebrate a more efficient, renewable, and environmentally friendly energy source. For more information on this exciting and developing technology, check out AlgalBioMass.Org. I'm Elizabeth Chambers. Check back here for more eco friendly news and tips, right here on LivingGreenChannel.Com.
11 Nov 2008
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Joe Nalley talks about Blue-Green Algae Learn more and purchase these: *******www.jingmasters**** superfoods 14 superfoods superfoods rx green superfoods
4 Jan 2009
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