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Algae biofuels

Algae biofuels, also known as algal biofuels or simply algae fuels, are renewable fuels produced from various species of microalgae. Algae are rich in lipids (oils), which can be converted into biofuels such as biodiesel and bioethanol. Algae biofuels have gained significant attention in recent years due to their potential as a sustainable and environmentally friendly alternative to traditional fossil fuels.

The following aspects are discussed in this session.

Algae as a Feedstock

Advantages

Carbon Neutrality

Challenges

Research and Development

Commercialization

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