Algae biofuel has an enormous amount of potential thanks to its ability not only to produce oil that can be refined into biodiesel, but also for its ability to clean CO2 from the air in the process. In addition, a study currently underway at the University of Virgina is investigating the possibility of increasing the amount of oil produced by algae if it is used to clean sewer water rich in organic waste. For these reasons, algae seems to be the more likely alternative than corn or soy for biofuel, but its acceptance will occur in slow phases as the technology is still in its infant stages, and other technologies such as renewable energies will also have their place in the energy market.
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