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A collection of videos and video links regarding the turning of algae into oil, hydrogen, ethanol and other useful fuels.


Commercial Enterprises

(2.00 Minutes) AlgaeLink® Photo-Bioreactors (Netherlands)
AlgaeLink is the manufacturer of algae photobioreactors and open raceway ponds for algae production. (You Tube) Nov. 28, 2007

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(.38 Minutes) CARS Algae vs CO2 (Alberta Canada)
A Carbon Dioxide capture process. (YouTube April 15, 2008) _ _ _ _

(3.22 Minutes) Eco Energy (Israel)
Israel 21c Algae as a biofuel? Capable of producing 30 times more oil per acre than crops used for biofuels, algae biofuel is also non-toxic, produces no sulfur byproducts, and biodegrades quickly. Israeli company Eco Energy is at the forefront of this groundbreaking research. (You Tube March 16, 2008)

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(3.22 Minutes) GreenShift's C02 Bioreactor
GreenShift's patented CO2 Bioreactor reduces greenhouse gas emissions while creating an additional feedstock for renewable fuel production. (You Tube Feb. 28, 2008)

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(2 Minutes)How does the technology work?
GreenFuel'sGreen Star Products, Inc. (US OTC: GSPI) Global Warming Solution. (Google Video March 14, 2007)

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(1.18 Minutes) Solix
Solix Biofuels You're looking for a clean fuel that grows anywhere, needs only sunlight and water, and could produce enough oil to free the U.S. from its petroleum addiction? It's not ethanol you're after. Imagine converting oil from algae—yes, algae—into clean-burning biodiesel. Here's one start-up's plan to turn gas extremely green. (You Tube June 8, 2007)

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(3.16 Minutes) Valcent’s Vertical Algae biofuel (El Paso, TX)
Valcent – Direct video from the company showing Growing continuous production instead of batch modes for algae oil. (You Tube Feb. 1, 2008)

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(10.55 Minutes) AlgaeFuel (no more oil) (1 of 3)
Glen Kertz, CEO and Principle Scientist Interview Scribe Media (You Tube April 17, 2008)

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(10.56 Minutes) Algae Fuel (no more oil) (2 of 3)
Glen Kertz, CEO and Principle Scientist Interview (You Tube) April 17, 2008

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(10.55 Minutes) Algae Fuel (no more oil) (3 of 3)
Glen Kertz, CEO and Principle Scientist Interview (You Tube April 17, 2008)

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(1.36 Minutes) CNN Tech - Solutions - Fuel from Scum
Pond Scum could be a great alternative to oil -- so says one entrepreneur. CNN's Miles O'Brien reports. (You Tube Feb 23, 2008)

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(4.22 Minutes) GreenFuel Technologies
Greenfuel High yield algae farms recycle carbon dioxide from flue gases to produce biofuels and feed, reducing net carbon dioxide production as waste becomes profit. Harvesting algae for biofuels enhances domestic fuel production while mitigating CO2. History.com video. (You Tube March 3, 2008)

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(6.5Minutes) Power of Green - Partners Video Magazine
UC-Berkeley is unlocking the chemical power of green algae for clean hydrogen fuel that eliminates air-polluting fossil fuels in its production. Power of Green is a segment from Partners Video Magazine's latest episode, Fueling America. (You Tube Jan. 3, 2008)

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(3.24 Minutes) Solazyme Unveils Renewable Biodiesel Derived from Algae
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. (You Tube Feb. 1, 2008)

Research & Development

(9.20 Minutes) The Great Green Fuel Gamble (1 of 3)
The fuels' future seems uncertain, yet in a step that even green campaigners support, the industry is now investing to develop "second generation" biofuels from non-food crops like straw, woodchips and even algae. (You Tube April 2, 2008)

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(9.29 Minutes) The Great Green Fuel Gamble (2 of 3)
Research suggests that once the greenhouse gases produced by the process of growing the crops for biofuel are factored in - from ploughing the fields, making the fertiliser, harvesting the crops, processing them, to transporting the finished fuel - the environmental benefits are seriously compromised. (You Tube April 2, 2008)

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(9.28 Minutes) The Great Green Fuel Gamble (3 of 3)
Biodiesel motivations. And Sweden. (You Tube April 2, 2008)

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(3.12 Minutes) Algal Biodiesel... What?!
The newest and least publicized alternative fuel today, with the most potential for changes starting right now. (You Tube) Oct 16, 2007

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(1.48 Minutes) Algae Biodiesel
Project Biodiesel Learn why algae biodiesel is the only biofuel that has the potential to replace petroleum. (You Tube) April 28, 2007

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(4.56 Minutes) MIT Algae Photobioreactor
This photobioreactor you see here on the roof of MIT, has since been dismantled and reassembled in Naboomspruit (now called Mookgopong) South Africa at a biodiesel plant. (You Tube’’ May 11, 2007)

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(2.54 Minutes) Algae Car
Car running on algae by producing hydrogen. (“You Tube July 10, 2007)

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(2.5 Minutes) Algae Biodiesel on CNET
The technology website CNET.com mentioned Algae Biodiesel in a short segment. Considering that Algae grows quickly, is carbon neutral and the fuel (biodiesel) being produced will run in the most efficient internal combusion engines we currently use, this could well be the best alternative to petroleum. [Note: Produced before Valcent began doing it.] (You Tube Nov. 12, 2007)

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(4 Minutes)How does the technlogy work?
GreenFuel's algae bioreactor reduces CO2 by over 40% and NOx by over 80% from power plant smokestacks. The algae oil produced by the bioreactor can be converted to biofuels such as biodiesel and ethanol or can be dried and cofired. This video shows the bioreactor at work at the 20MW MIT Cogen power plant which successfully reduced greenhouse gases while producing a renewable energy source. (How does the technlogy work? Google Video Nov, 10, 2006)

See also

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PESNetwork Videos - An index of videos that have been produced primarily by/for PES Network, Inc., along with other free-energy-related video resources. (PESWiki; Dec. 28, 2008)

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