Algae use photosynthesis to transform CO2 and sunlight into energy. As a part of this process the algae produce oil–more than 15 times the oil produced per acre by other biofuel plants. Another benefit is the ability of algae to grow in salty or contaminated water, in ponds or at sea, and even on land. By feeding the algae additional CO2 their oil production increases dramatically. Scientists have been investigating it as a potential fuel source since the 1950s.
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