Analyzing Algal Biofuels’ Path Towards Cost Parity

Despite a sudden peak in investments into algae-related projects during the 2009 “summer of algae,” algal biofuels failed to make any commercial progress as hype gave way to reality and economics. For this report, we built a detailed cost model to analyze the economic viability for algal biofuels. W...

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