Published on March 29th, 2008 | by Christopher DeMorro
First Algae Biodiesel Plant Goes Online: April 1, 2008
PetroSun won’t be making fuel immediately, but plans on either building or acquiring ethanol and biodiesel production plants. They’ve conveniently located themselves in an area accessible by barge, which should make fuel distribution a snap.
An aerial view (Google maps) of the algae farms can be seen here.
This is NOT an April Fool’s joke! See the press release here.
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