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Researchers Test Algae Biofuel in Hong Kongi
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March 05, 2014 2:41 PM
Hong Kong scientists testing micro algae to clean water waste and produce fuel. The technology is still too expensive to be broadly developed, but researchers are asking for the government's support in protecting homegrown biofuel against cheaper, foreign competition. Rebecca Valli reports from Hong Kong.

Researchers Test Algae Biofuel in Hong Kong

Published March 05, 2014

Hong Kong scientists testing micro algae to clean water waste and produce fuel. The technology is still too expensive to be broadly developed, but researchers are asking for the government's support in protecting homegrown biofuel against cheaper, foreign competition. Rebecca Valli reports from Hong Kong.


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