Algae could produce the biofuel of the future, experts say

03/8/2012 | National Review

Algae could prove a carbon-neutral method of creating biofuel, but development of algae needs further study, experts say. Algae can produce more biofuel than corn and does not require valuable farmland for its growth. However, a gallon of algae-based biofuel requires 350 gallons of water to produce.

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