Algae power: TotalEnergies and Veolia team up to develop microalgae-based biofuels

Cecilia Keating
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Four-year research project will see partners test different approaches to grow microalgae from CO2

Oil giant Total Energies has inked a deal with Veolia that will see the companies work together to develop biofuel from microalgae cultivation that captures carbon dioxide in the process. A four-year...

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