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The Feasibility Study of Commercial Algal Fuel Production in China

The shortage of feedstock such as rape, soybean and palm, etc. for first generation biodiesel production is the main bottleneck impeding the development of sustainable liquid bio-fuel. There is no more arable land for planting rape and soybean even in EU and US. There was eager for seeking the next generation bio-fuel based on the energy crops like Jatropha curcas Linnaeus planting on marginal land and microalgae like Chlorella cultivating on the ponds located on the mudflat or desert.

However, the prospective productivity of biomass, transport fuel and by-product derived from JCL/Chlorella are still unclear and even confused according to literature review.

This article contains comprehensive information about feasibility study of commercial algal fuel production in china.

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