The future is near: Fuel from Algae | The company’s researchers feed algae sugar, which the organisms then convert into various types of oil. The oil can be extracted and further processed to make a range of fuels, including diesel and jet fuel, as well as other products.
Biogas and How to Make a DIY Anaerobic Digester (Video) - " Biogas and anaerobic digestion made number one in HowStuffWorks' list of wacky alternative energy, and poop-to-energy biogas projects have proven popular on Discovery News too.
Anaerobic digestion uses micro-organisms to break down organic materials – such as farm manure – in an air-tight, oxygen-free tank (called a digester). The hungry micro-organisms munch on the organic matter, and as they digest it, they produce methane and