Why use algae for biofuels?

Biofuels are currently one of the most talked about renewable energy options. World needs more renewable energy not just to reduce the total amount of greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change but also to ensure the security of future energy supply. Why? Because fossil fuels are finite resources that will eventually be exhausted.

Using algae for biofuel production is still far from becoming commercially viable but science is nonetheless conducting countless studies in order to determine the most cost-effective solution to produce biofuels from algae.

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