Sea lettuce, which has been growing abundantly off of the UK's island of Jersey every year, could be used to produce plant-based biofuels, according to a UK government report issued Tuesday. The report noted that "research is ongoing and while, under laboratory conditions, good yields have been achieved the challenge of replicating these on a continuing basis in an industrial setting is significant."
Sea lettuce eyed as future source of biofuel in UK
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