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Researchers to Demonstrate Algae-Based CO2 Capture Technology on Coop Facility

University of Kentucky researchers have been working on a technology whereby algae is used to capture carbon dioxide from coal-fired facilities and then converted into useable biomass.   The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet has earmarked $1.3 mill
November 4, 2011

University of Kentucky researchers have been working on a technology whereby algae is used to capture carbon dioxide from coal-fired facilities and then converted into useable biomass.   The Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet has earmarked $1.3 million for a demonstration of the technology at a East Kentucky Power Cooperative facility.   See the University of Kentucky press release for the complete story.

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