see the blog post and previous answers in the link below:
Currently, a lot of scientists are paying attention to seaweed as a viable source for biofuel. Recent work has shown that when seaweed (or kelp) is harvested in the summer, when it contains the highest amount of carbohydrates and lowest amount of metals, it can be efficiently converted into ethanol in the fermentation process. Seaweed is also so appealing because there is no conflict in land use for what should be used to grow food versus fuel. Seaweed is definitely one of the most exciting prospects in future biofuels.
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