Launch of the PhotoFuel Project, funded by the

European Horizon 2020 Program, which uses genetically modified cyanobacteria for

the production of biofuels. Full article transcript

below: Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 is

funding a four-year project

to develop clean... biotechnology microalgae Clean fuels project receives

H2020 funding | A4F

Launch of the PhotoFuel Project, funded by the European Horizon 2020 Program, which uses genetically modified cyanobacteria for the production of biofuels. Full article transcript below: Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 is funding a four-year project to develop clean... biotechnology microalgae Clean fuels project receives H2020
funding

| A4F

Launch

of the PhotoFuel Project, funded by the European Horizon 2020 Program, which uses genetically modified cyanobacteria for the production of biofuels. Full article transcript below: Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 is funding a four-year

project to develop clean... biotechnology microalgae Clean fuels
project receives H2020 funding

| A4F

Launch of

the PhotoFuel Project, funded by the European Horizon 2020

Program, which uses genetically modified cyanobacteria for the production of biofuels. Full article transcript below: Clean fuels project

receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 is funding a four-year project to develop clean... biotechnology microalgae Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding | A4F
Launch

of the PhotoFuel Project, funded by the

European Horizon

2020 Program, which uses genetically modified cyanobacteria for

the production of biofuels. Full article transcript below: Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 is funding a four-year project to develop clean... biotechnology microalgae Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding | A4F

Launch of

the PhotoFuel Project, funded by the European Horizon 2020 Program, which uses genetically modified

cyanobacteria for

the production of biofuels. Full article transcript below: Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 is funding a four-year

project

to develop clean... biotechnology microalgae Clean fuels

project receives

H2020 funding | A4F

Launch
of the PhotoFuel Project, funded by
the

European Horizon 2020 Program, which uses

genetically modified cyanobacteria

for the production of

biofuels. Full article transcript below: Clean

fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 is funding a four-year project to develop clean... biotechnology microalgae Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding | A4F

Launch of

the PhotoFuel Project, funded by the European Horizon 2020 Program, which uses genetically modified cyanobacteria for the production of biofuels. Full article transcript below: Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 is funding a four-year project to develop clean... biotechnology microalgae Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding | A4F

Launch

of the PhotoFuel Project, funded by the European

Horizon 2020 Program, which

uses genetically

modified
cyanobacteria for the
production of biofuels. Full article transcript below: Clean

fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020

is

funding a four-year project to develop clean... biotechnology microalgae Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding | A4F

Launch of the PhotoFuel Project, funded by the European Horizon 2020 Program, which uses genetically modified cyanobacteria for the production of biofuels. Full article transcript
below: Clean fuels

project receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020

is funding a four-year

project to develop clean... biotechnology microalgae Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding | A4F

Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding

Launch of the PhotoFuel Project, funded by the European Horizon 2020 Program, which uses genetically modified cyanobacteria for the production of biofuels.

Full article transcript below:

Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding

Horizon 2020 is funding a four-year project to develop clean fuels using microscopic organisms called cyanobacteria.

Cyanobacteria get their energy from sunlight through photosynthesis and excrete oxygen as a byproduct. It is thought that billions of years ago they dramatically changed the composition of the Earth’s atmosphere, causing different lifeforms to thrive and oxygen-intolerant organisms to die out.

The PhotoFuel project now aims for low carbon liquid fuel, as well as oxygen, by re-engineering cyanobacteria. Researchers believe this could help to reduce CO2 emissions from transport.

To achieve this, the consortium will develop a prototype system using a bioreactor to house the re-engineered cyanobacteria. The bioreactor will feed sunlight, water and CO2 to the cyanobacteria, which will then convert it into clean alkane and alcohol fuels.

It is hoped that these bioreactors could be scaled up to an industrial level, with ‘living refineries’ producing low carbon, cost effective and sustainable fuels that could be transported to petrol stations.

Dr Hellgardt of Imperial College London, a project partner, said: “We need to have a secure supply of energy in order for our modern world to keep on functioning, but the carbon emissions from fossil fuels are contributing to climate change and we need to address that as well.

“That is why projects like PhotoFuel are so important. It could provide us with another source of clean energy, helping to mitigate the effects of vehicles on our environment.”

The €6m PhotoFuel consortium is led by car manufacturer Volkswagen. As well as Imperial College London, UK, partners include Uppsala Universitet, Sweden; Universität Bielefeld, Germany; Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy; and A4F Algafuel SA, Portugal.

IFP Energies Nouvelles, France; Neste Oil Corporation, Finland; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany; Centro Ricerche Fiat SCPA, Italy; VOLVO Technology, Sweden and SYNCOM F&E Beratung GmbH, Germany, are also involved.

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from transport achieve

this consortium will develop prototype

system using bioreactor house engineered cyanobacteria bioreactor

will feed sunlight water  to cyanobacteria which will then convert into clean

alkane

alcohol fuels hoped that these bioreactors could scaled industrial level with ‘living refineries’ producing carbon cost effective sustainable fuels that could

transported petrol stations

Hellgardt Imperial College London project partner said: “We need have secure supply energy order modern world keep functioning carbon emissions from

fossil fuels

contributing climate
change need address that

well “That

projects like

PhotoFuel important

could provide with another source clean energy helping mitigate effects vehicles environment €6m PhotoFuel consortium manufacturer Volkswagen well Imperial College

London partners

include Uppsala Universitet Sweden; Universität Bielefeld Germany; Università

degli

Studi Firenze Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe Institute Technology Germany; Centro Ricerche Fiat SCPA Italy;

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article transcript below: Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 funding four year project develop clean fuels using microscopic organisms called cyanobacteria Cyanobacteria their

energy from
sunlight through photosynthesis excrete oxygen byproduct thought that
billions years

they dramatically changed

composition Earth’s atmosphere
causing different lifeforms thrive oxygen intolerant organisms PhotoFuel project aims
carbon liquid fuel
well oxygen engineering cyanobacteria Researchers

believe this could help reduce CO2 emissions

from transport achieve this consortium
will develop prototype
system using bioreactor house
engineered cyanobacteria

bioreactor will feed sunlight

water CO2 to cyanobacteria which will

then convert

into clean alkane alcohol fuels

hoped that these bioreactors could scaled industrial level with ‘living refineries’ producing carbon cost effective

sustainable

fuels that could transported petrol stations Hellgardt Imperial College London project partner said: “We need have

secure supply
energy order modern world keep functioning
carbon emissions from fossil fuels contributing climate change

need address that well “That projects like PhotoFuel important could provide with another source clean energy helping mitigate effects

vehicles environment €6m PhotoFuel consortium manufacturer Volkswagen well Imperial College London partners include Uppsala Universitet Sweden; Universität Bielefeld Germany; Università degli Studi Firenze

Italy; Algafuel

Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe Institute Technology Germany; Centro Ricerche Fiat SCPA Italy; VOLVO Technology

Sweden SYNCOM Beratung GmbH Germany also involved

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funding Horizon 2020 funding four year project develop clean fuels using microscopic organisms

called
cyanobacteria Cyanobacteria their energy from sunlight
through photosynthesis excrete

oxygen byproduct thought that billions years they dramatically

changed composition Earth’s atmosphere causing different
lifeforms thrive oxygen intolerant organisms PhotoFuel project aims carbon

liquid fuel well oxygen engineering cyanobacteria Researchers believe this could help reduce  emissions from transport achieve this consortium will develop prototype system using bioreactor house engineered cyanobacteria bioreactor will feed sunlight water  to cyanobacteria which will then convert into clean alkane alcohol fuels hoped that these bioreactors could scaled

industrial level with ‘living refineries’ producing carbon cost effective sustainable fuels that could transported petrol stations Hellgardt Imperial College London project partner said:

“We need have

secure supply energy order

modern world keep
functioning carbon emissions from fossil fuels contributing climate change need address
that well “That projects like PhotoFuel important could provide with another source clean energy helping mitigate effects vehicles environment
€6m PhotoFuel
consortium manufacturer
Volkswagen well Imperial College
London

partners include Uppsala Universitet Sweden; Universität Bielefeld Germany; Università degli Studi Firenze Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe Institute Technology Germany; Centro Ricerche Fiat SCPA Italy; VOLVO Technology

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modified cyanobacteria production biofuels Full article transcript below: Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 funding
four
year project develop clean fuels using microscopic organisms called cyanobacteria Cyanobacteria their energy from sunlight through photosynthesis excrete oxygen byproduct thought that billions years they dramatically changed
composition
Earth’s atmosphere causing different lifeforms thrive oxygen intolerant organisms PhotoFuel project aims carbon liquid

fuel well oxygen engineering cyanobacteria Researchers

believe this could help reduce CO2 emissions from transport achieve this consortium will develop prototype system using bioreactor house engineered cyanobacteria bioreactor will feed sunlight

water CO2 to cyanobacteria

which will then convert into clean alkane alcohol fuels

hoped that these bioreactors could scaled industrial level with ‘living refineries’ producing carbon
cost

effective sustainable fuels that could transported petrol stations Hellgardt Imperial College London project partner said: “We need have secure supply energy order modern world keep functioning carbon emissions from fossil fuels contributing climate change need address that well “That projects like PhotoFuel important

could provide

with another source clean

energy helping mitigate

effects vehicles environment €6m PhotoFuel consortium manufacturer Volkswagen well

Imperial College London

partners

include Uppsala Universitet Sweden; Universität Bielefeld Germany;

Università degli

Studi Firenze Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe Institute Technology Germany; Centro

Ricerche Fiat SCPA

Italy; VOLVO Technology Sweden SYNCOM Beratung GmbH Germany also involved

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photosynthesis
excrete oxygen byproduct thought that billions years they dramatically changed composition Earth’s atmosphere causing

different lifeforms thrive oxygen intolerant organisms PhotoFuel project aims carbon liquid fuel well oxygen engineering cyanobacteria Researchers believe this could help reduce  emissions from transport

achieve this
consortium will develop prototype system
using bioreactor

house engineered cyanobacteria bioreactor will feed sunlight water  to cyanobacteria which will then convert into clean alkane alcohol fuels

hoped that these bioreactors could
scaled industrial level with ‘living
refineries’ producing carbon cost effective sustainable fuels that could transported petrol stations Hellgardt Imperial College London project partner said: “We need

have secure supply energy order modern world keep functioning carbon emissions

from
fossil fuels contributing climate change need address that well “That projects like PhotoFuel important could provide with another source clean

energy helping

mitigate effects
vehicles environment €6m PhotoFuel consortium manufacturer Volkswagen well
Imperial College London partners include
Uppsala Universitet Sweden; Universität Bielefeld Germany; Università degli Studi Firenze Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe Institute Technology Germany; Centro Ricerche Fiat SCPA Italy; VOLVO Technology
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Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 funding four year project develop clean fuels using microscopic organisms called

cyanobacteria Cyanobacteria their

energy from sunlight through photosynthesis excrete oxygen byproduct thought

that billions years they dramatically changed composition Earth’s atmosphere causing different
lifeforms

thrive oxygen intolerant organisms PhotoFuel project aims carbon liquid fuel well oxygen engineering cyanobacteria Researchers believe this could help reduce CO2 emissions from transport achieve this

consortium

will develop prototype system using bioreactor house engineered cyanobacteria bioreactor will feed sunlight water

CO2 to cyanobacteria which will then convert into clean alkane alcohol

fuels hoped that these bioreactors could scaled

industrial level with ‘living
refineries’ producing carbon
cost

effective sustainable fuels that could

transported petrol stations Hellgardt Imperial College London project partner said: “We need

have secure

supply energy order modern world

keep functioning carbon emissions from fossil fuels contributing climate

change

need address that well “That projects like PhotoFuel important could provide with another source clean energy helping mitigate effects vehicles environment €6m PhotoFuel consortium manufacturer Volkswagen

well Imperial College London partners include Uppsala Universitet Sweden; Universität Bielefeld

Germany; Università degli Studi Firenze Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe Institute Technology Germany;

Centro Ricerche Fiat

SCPA Italy; VOLVO Technology Sweden SYNCOM Beratung GmbH Germany also involved
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funding
Horizon 2020 funding four year project develop clean fuels using microscopic organisms called cyanobacteria Cyanobacteria their energy
from
sunlight through photosynthesis excrete oxygen byproduct thought that billions years they dramatically changed composition Earth’s atmosphere causing different lifeforms thrive oxygen intolerant organisms PhotoFuel project aims carbon liquid fuel well oxygen
engineering
cyanobacteria Researchers
believe this

could help reduce  emissions from transport achieve this consortium will develop prototype system using bioreactor house engineered cyanobacteria bioreactor

will

feed sunlight water  to cyanobacteria

which will then

convert into clean

alkane alcohol fuels hoped that these
bioreactors could

scaled industrial level with

‘living refineries’ producing

carbon cost effective sustainable fuels that could transported petrol stations Hellgardt Imperial College London project partner said: “We need have secure supply energy order modern world keep functioning carbon emissions from fossil

fuels contributing

climate change need address

that well “That projects like PhotoFuel important could provide with another source
clean
energy helping mitigate effects vehicles
environment €6m
PhotoFuel consortium manufacturer

Volkswagen well Imperial College London partners include Uppsala

Universitet Sweden;

Universität Bielefeld

Germany; Università degli Studi Firenze Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe Institute Technology Germany;

Centro Ricerche Fiat SCPA Italy; VOLVO Technology

Sweden

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funding Horizon 2020 funding four year project develop

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Horizon

2020 funding four year project develop clean fuels using microscopic organisms

called
cyanobacteria Cyanobacteria their energy from sunlight through photosynthesis excrete oxygen byproduct thought that billions years they dramatically changed composition Earth’s
atmosphere
causing different lifeforms thrive oxygen intolerant organisms PhotoFuel project aims carbon liquid
fuel well oxygen engineering

cyanobacteria Researchers

believe this could help reduce CO2 emissions from transport achieve this consortium will develop prototype system using bioreactor house engineered cyanobacteria bioreactor will feed sunlight water CO2 to cyanobacteria which will then convert into clean alkane alcohol fuels

hoped that these bioreactors could scaled
industrial level with ‘living refineries’

producing carbon cost effective sustainable fuels that could transported petrol stations Hellgardt Imperial College London project partner said: “We need have secure supply energy order modern world keep functioning carbon

emissions from fossil fuels contributing climate change need address that well “That projects like PhotoFuel important could provide with another source clean energy helping mitigate effects vehicles environment €6m PhotoFuel consortium manufacturer Volkswagen well Imperial College London partners include Uppsala Universitet Sweden; Universität Bielefeld Germany; Università degli Studi Firenze Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles

France; Neste

Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe Institute Technology Germany; Centro Ricerche Fiat SCPA Italy; VOLVO Technology Sweden SYNCOM Beratung GmbH Germany also involved

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production biofuels Full article transcript below: Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon
2020 funding
four year
project develop clean fuels using

microscopic organisms called

cyanobacteria
Cyanobacteria their energy
from
sunlight through photosynthesis excrete oxygen byproduct thought that billions years they dramatically changed
composition

Earth’s atmosphere causing different lifeforms thrive oxygen

intolerant organisms PhotoFuel project aims carbon liquid fuel well

oxygen engineering cyanobacteria Researchers believe this could help

reduce  emissions from

transport
achieve this consortium will develop prototype system using bioreactor
house engineered

cyanobacteria bioreactor will

feed sunlight

water

 to cyanobacteria which will then convert into clean alkane alcohol fuels hoped that these bioreactors could scaled industrial level with ‘living refineries’ producing carbon

cost effective

sustainable fuels that could transported

petrol stations Hellgardt

Imperial College

London project partner said: “We need have secure supply energy

order modern world keep functioning carbon emissions from fossil fuels contributing climate change need address that well

“That projects like

PhotoFuel important could

provide with another source clean energy helping mitigate effects vehicles environment €6m PhotoFuel consortium manufacturer Volkswagen well Imperial College London partners include Uppsala Universitet Sweden; Universität Bielefeld Germany; Università degli Studi Firenze Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe

Institute

Technology Germany; Centro Ricerche

Fiat SCPA Italy; VOLVO Technology Sweden SYNCOM Beratung GmbH

Germany also involved Algae future Rights Resevered Home About Services Contacts Privacy Policy Terms Launch PhotoFuel Project funded European Horizon 2020 Program which uses genetically

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H2020

funding Horizon 2020 funding four year

project develop

clean biotechnology

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modified

cyanobacteria production biofuels Full article transcript below: Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 funding four year project develop clean fuels using microscopic organisms called cyanobacteria Cyanobacteria their energy from sunlight through photosynthesis excrete oxygen byproduct

thought that billions

years they dramatically

changed composition Earth’s atmosphere

causing
different lifeforms thrive oxygen
intolerant

organisms PhotoFuel

project

aims carbon liquid fuel well oxygen engineering cyanobacteria Researchers believe this could help

reduce CO2 emissions from transport achieve this consortium will develop prototype system using bioreactor house engineered
cyanobacteria

bioreactor will feed sunlight water CO2 to cyanobacteria

which will
then convert into clean alkane alcohol fuels hoped that these bioreactors could scaled industrial level
with ‘living refineries’
producing carbon
cost effective

sustainable fuels

that could
transported petrol stations Hellgardt
Imperial College London project partner
said: “We
need have secure supply energy

order modern world keep functioning carbon emissions from fossil fuels contributing climate change need address that well “That projects like PhotoFuel important could provide with another source clean energy helping mitigate effects vehicles environment €6m PhotoFuel consortium manufacturer Volkswagen well Imperial College London

partners
include Uppsala Universitet Sweden; Universität Bielefeld Germany; Università degli Studi Firenze
Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe Institute
Technology Germany; Centro Ricerche Fiat
SCPA Italy; VOLVO Technology Sweden SYNCOM

Beratung GmbH Germany also involved

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Project funded European Horizon
2020 Program

which uses genetically modified

cyanobacteria

production biofuels Full article transcript below: Clean

fuels project

receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 funding four year project develop clean fuels using microscopic organisms called cyanobacteria Cyanobacteria their energy from sunlight through photosynthesis excrete oxygen byproduct thought that billions years they dramatically

changed composition Earth’s atmosphere causing different lifeforms thrive oxygen intolerant organisms PhotoFuel project aims carbon liquid fuel well oxygen engineering

cyanobacteria Researchers
believe this could help reduce  emissions from transport achieve this consortium will
develop prototype
system using bioreactor house engineered cyanobacteria bioreactor will feed sunlight water  to
cyanobacteria which

will then convert

into clean alkane alcohol fuels hoped that these bioreactors

could scaled industrial level with ‘living refineries’ producing carbon cost effective sustainable fuels that could transported petrol stations Hellgardt Imperial College London project partner said: “We need

have secure supply

energy order
modern world keep
functioning carbon

emissions from

fossil fuels contributing

climate change need address that well “That projects like PhotoFuel important could provide with another source

clean energy helping
mitigate effects

vehicles environment €6m PhotoFuel consortium manufacturer

Volkswagen well
Imperial College London partners
include

Uppsala Universitet Sweden; Universität

Bielefeld

Germany; Università degli Studi Firenze Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation

Finland; Karlsruhe Institute Technology Germany; Centro Ricerche Fiat SCPA Italy; VOLVO Technology

Sweden

SYNCOM Beratung GmbH Germany also involved

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Horizon 2020 Program which uses genetically modified cyanobacteria production biofuels Full article transcript below: Clean fuels

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2020 funding

four
year project develop clean biotechnology microalgae Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding Launch PhotoFuel Project funded European Horizon 2020 Program which uses genetically modified cyanobacteria production

biofuels Full article transcript below: Clean fuels project receives H2020

funding Horizon 2020 funding four
year project develop clean

fuels using microscopic organisms

called cyanobacteria
Cyanobacteria their energy from sunlight through photosynthesis excrete oxygen byproduct thought that billions years

they dramatically changed composition Earth’s atmosphere causing different

lifeforms

thrive oxygen intolerant organisms PhotoFuel project aims carbon liquid fuel well oxygen engineering cyanobacteria Researchers believe this could help reduce

CO2 emissions from

transport achieve this consortium will develop prototype system using bioreactor house engineered cyanobacteria bioreactor will

feed sunlight

water CO2 to cyanobacteria which will

then convert into clean alkane alcohol fuels hoped that these bioreactors could scaled industrial level with ‘living refineries’ producing carbon cost effective

sustainable fuels that could transported petrol stations

Hellgardt
Imperial College
London project

partner said: “We need have secure supply energy order modern world keep functioning carbon emissions from fossil fuels

contributing climate
change
need address that well “That
projects

like PhotoFuel important could provide with another

source clean

energy

helping mitigate effects vehicles environment

€6m
PhotoFuel consortium manufacturer Volkswagen well Imperial College
London
partners include Uppsala Universitet Sweden; Universität Bielefeld Germany; Università degli Studi Firenze Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe

Institute Technology Germany; Centro Ricerche Fiat SCPA Italy; VOLVO Technology Sweden

SYNCOM Beratung

GmbH Germany also involved

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microscopic organisms called cyanobacteria Cyanobacteria their energy from sunlight through

photosynthesis excrete oxygen byproduct

thought that billions years they dramatically changed composition Earth’s atmosphere causing different lifeforms thrive oxygen intolerant organisms

PhotoFuel project aims carbon liquid fuel well oxygen engineering cyanobacteria Researchers believe this could help reduce  emissions from transport

achieve

this consortium will develop prototype system using bioreactor house engineered cyanobacteria bioreactor will feed sunlight

water
 to cyanobacteria which will
then convert into
clean alkane alcohol fuels hoped
that

these bioreactors could scaled

industrial level with

‘living refineries’

producing carbon cost effective sustainable

fuels that could transported petrol stations Hellgardt

Imperial College London project partner said: “We need have
secure supply energy
order modern world

keep functioning carbon emissions from

fossil fuels contributing climate change need address that well “That projects like

PhotoFuel important

could provide with another source clean energy

helping mitigate
effects vehicles environment €6m PhotoFuel consortium manufacturer Volkswagen well Imperial College London partners include Uppsala Universitet Sweden; Universität Bielefeld Germany; Università

degli Studi

Firenze Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe

Institute Technology Germany; Centro

Ricerche Fiat SCPA Italy; VOLVO Technology Sweden SYNCOM Beratung GmbH

Germany also

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modified cyanobacteria production

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funding Launch PhotoFuel Project funded European Horizon 2020
Program

which uses genetically modified cyanobacteria

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Horizon 2020 funding

four year project develop clean fuels using microscopic organisms called

cyanobacteria Cyanobacteria
their energy from sunlight through photosynthesis excrete oxygen byproduct thought that billions years they dramatically changed composition Earth’s atmosphere causing different lifeforms thrive oxygen intolerant
organisms

PhotoFuel project aims carbon liquid fuel well oxygen engineering cyanobacteria Researchers believe this could help reduce CO2 emissions from transport achieve this consortium will

develop prototype system
using bioreactor house

engineered cyanobacteria bioreactor will feed sunlight water CO2 to cyanobacteria which will then convert into clean alkane alcohol fuels hoped that these bioreactors could scaled industrial

level with ‘living refineries’ producing carbon cost effective sustainable

fuels that could

transported petrol stations Hellgardt Imperial College London

project
partner said: “We
need
have secure supply energy order modern world keep functioning carbon emissions from fossil fuels contributing climate change need address that well “That projects like PhotoFuel important could provide with another source clean energy helping mitigate

effects vehicles

environment €6m

PhotoFuel consortium manufacturer Volkswagen well Imperial College London partners include Uppsala Universitet Sweden; Universität Bielefeld Germany; Università degli Studi Firenze Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe Institute Technology Germany; Centro Ricerche Fiat SCPA Italy; VOLVO

Technology Sweden

SYNCOM Beratung GmbH Germany also involved

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receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 funding four year project develop
clean fuels

using microscopic organisms

called cyanobacteria Cyanobacteria

their energy
from sunlight through photosynthesis excrete oxygen byproduct thought that billions years they dramatically changed composition Earth’s atmosphere causing different lifeforms thrive oxygen intolerant organisms PhotoFuel project aims carbon liquid fuel well oxygen engineering cyanobacteria Researchers believe this could help reduce  emissions from transport achieve this consortium will develop prototype system using bioreactor house engineered cyanobacteria bioreactor will feed sunlight water  to

cyanobacteria which will then convert into clean alkane alcohol fuels hoped that these bioreactors could scaled industrial

level with

‘living refineries’ producing carbon cost effective sustainable fuels that could transported petrol stations Hellgardt

Imperial

College London project partner said:

“We
need have
secure supply energy order

modern world keep functioning carbon emissions from fossil fuels contributing

climate
change need address that well “That projects like PhotoFuel important could provide with another source clean energy helping
mitigate effects vehicles environment €6m PhotoFuel consortium manufacturer Volkswagen well Imperial College London partners include Uppsala Universitet Sweden; Universität Bielefeld Germany;
Università degli
Studi Firenze Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe Institute
Technology Germany; Centro Ricerche

Fiat SCPA Italy; VOLVO Technology Sweden SYNCOM Beratung GmbH Germany also involved Algae future Rights Resevered

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fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 funding

four year project develop clean
biotechnology

microalgae Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding Launch

PhotoFuel Project funded European Horizon 2020 Program which uses genetically modified cyanobacteria production biofuels
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transcript below: Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 funding four year project develop clean fuels using microscopic organisms called cyanobacteria Cyanobacteria

their energy from sunlight through photosynthesis excrete oxygen byproduct thought that billions years they dramatically changed composition Earth’s atmosphere causing different lifeforms thrive oxygen intolerant
organisms PhotoFuel
project aims
carbon liquid fuel
well
oxygen engineering cyanobacteria Researchers believe

this could help reduce CO2 emissions from transport achieve this consortium will develop prototype system using bioreactor house engineered cyanobacteria bioreactor will feed sunlight

water
CO2 to cyanobacteria
which

will then convert into clean alkane alcohol fuels

hoped that
these bioreactors could scaled industrial

level with ‘living refineries’ producing carbon cost

effective sustainable fuels

that could transported petrol stations Hellgardt Imperial College London project partner

said: “We

need have secure supply energy order modern world keep functioning

carbon
emissions from
fossil

fuels contributing climate change need address that well “That projects like PhotoFuel important

could

provide with another source clean energy helping mitigate effects vehicles environment €6m PhotoFuel consortium

manufacturer Volkswagen
well

Imperial College London partners include Uppsala Universitet Sweden; Universität Bielefeld Germany; Università degli

Studi Firenze Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe Institute Technology

Germany; Centro

Ricerche Fiat SCPA Italy; VOLVO Technology

Sweden
SYNCOM Beratung GmbH Germany also involved
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Full article transcript below: Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 funding four year

project develop

clean fuels using microscopic organisms called cyanobacteria Cyanobacteria their energy from

sunlight

through photosynthesis excrete oxygen byproduct thought that billions years they dramatically

changed composition Earth’s

atmosphere causing different lifeforms thrive oxygen intolerant organisms PhotoFuel project aims carbon

liquid fuel well oxygen engineering cyanobacteria Researchers believe this could help reduce  emissions from

transport achieve this consortium will develop prototype system using bioreactor house engineered cyanobacteria bioreactor will feed sunlight water  to cyanobacteria which will then convert into clean alkane alcohol fuels hoped that these bioreactors could scaled industrial level with

‘living refineries’ producing carbon cost effective sustainable fuels

that could transported petrol

stations Hellgardt Imperial
College London project partner said:
“We need
have secure
supply

energy order modern world keep functioning carbon emissions from fossil fuels contributing climate change need address that well “That

projects like PhotoFuel important could provide with another

source clean energy helping mitigate effects

vehicles environment €6m PhotoFuel consortium manufacturer

Volkswagen well
Imperial College London partners include Uppsala Universitet Sweden; Universität Bielefeld Germany; Università
degli Studi Firenze Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe Institute Technology Germany; Centro Ricerche Fiat SCPA Italy; VOLVO Technology Sweden SYNCOM
Beratung GmbH Germany also involved Algae future Rights Resevered Home About Services Contacts Privacy Policy Terms Launch PhotoFuel Project funded European Horizon 2020 Program which

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fuels project receives

H2020 funding Horizon 2020 funding
four year
project develop clean biotechnology microalgae Clean
fuels project receives H2020 funding Launch PhotoFuel Project

funded European Horizon 2020 Program which uses genetically modified cyanobacteria production biofuels Full article transcript

below: Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding

Horizon

2020 funding four year project develop clean fuels using microscopic organisms called cyanobacteria Cyanobacteria their energy from sunlight through photosynthesis excrete oxygen byproduct thought that billions years

they dramatically changed

composition Earth’s atmosphere

causing different lifeforms thrive oxygen intolerant organisms PhotoFuel project

aims carbon
liquid fuel well oxygen engineering cyanobacteria Researchers believe this could help reduce
CO2 emissions from transport achieve this consortium will develop prototype system using bioreactor house engineered cyanobacteria
bioreactor
will feed sunlight
water

CO2 to cyanobacteria which will then

convert
into clean
alkane

alcohol fuels hoped that these bioreactors could scaled industrial level with

‘living refineries’ producing carbon cost effective sustainable fuels

that could transported petrol stations Hellgardt

Imperial College London project partner said: “We

need have
secure supply energy order
modern world keep functioning carbon emissions from fossil fuels contributing climate change need

address that well “That

projects
like PhotoFuel important could provide with another source clean energy helping mitigate effects vehicles environment €6m PhotoFuel consortium manufacturer Volkswagen
well Imperial

College London partners include Uppsala Universitet Sweden; Universität

Bielefeld
Germany; Università degli Studi Firenze Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe Institute Technology Germany; Centro Ricerche Fiat SCPA Italy; VOLVO Technology Sweden SYNCOM
Beratung GmbH
Germany also involved
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Projects Projects Projects News

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funding Launch PhotoFuel Project
funded European Horizon 2020 Program which uses genetically modified cyanobacteria production biofuels Full article transcript below: Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon

2020 funding four year project develop clean fuels using

microscopic organisms called cyanobacteria Cyanobacteria their energy from sunlight through photosynthesis excrete oxygen byproduct thought

that billions
years they
dramatically changed

composition Earth’s atmosphere causing

different lifeforms
thrive oxygen intolerant organisms PhotoFuel
project aims
carbon liquid fuel
well oxygen engineering cyanobacteria Researchers believe this could help reduce  emissions from transport achieve this consortium will develop prototype
system using
bioreactor house
engineered cyanobacteria

bioreactor will feed

sunlight

water  to cyanobacteria which

will

then convert into clean alkane alcohol fuels hoped that these bioreactors could scaled industrial level with ‘living refineries’ producing carbon

cost effective sustainable fuels that could transported petrol stations
Hellgardt Imperial College London

project partner said: “We need have secure supply energy

order
modern world keep

functioning carbon

emissions

from fossil fuels contributing climate change

need address that

well “That

projects like PhotoFuel important could provide with another source clean energy helping mitigate effects vehicles environment €6m PhotoFuel

consortium manufacturer

Volkswagen well Imperial College London
partners include Uppsala Universitet Sweden; Universität Bielefeld Germany; Università
degli Studi
Firenze

Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe Institute Technology Germany; Centro

Ricerche Fiat SCPA Italy; VOLVO Technology Sweden SYNCOM Beratung GmbH Germany

also involved

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Home About Services Contacts Privacy Policy Terms Launch PhotoFuel Project funded European Horizon 2020 Program which uses genetically modified cyanobacteria production biofuels Full article
transcript below: Clean

fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 funding four year

project develop clean

biotechnology microalgae Clean

fuels project
receives H2020 funding Launch PhotoFuel Project funded European

Horizon 2020 Program which uses genetically

modified cyanobacteria production biofuels
Full article transcript below: Clean fuels project receives
H2020 funding Horizon
2020

funding four

year project develop clean fuels

using

microscopic organisms called cyanobacteria Cyanobacteria

their energy from sunlight through photosynthesis excrete oxygen byproduct thought that billions years

they dramatically
changed composition
Earth’s

atmosphere causing different lifeforms thrive oxygen intolerant organisms PhotoFuel project

aims

carbon liquid fuel well oxygen engineering cyanobacteria Researchers believe this could help reduce CO2 emissions from transport achieve this consortium will develop prototype system using bioreactor house engineered cyanobacteria bioreactor will feed sunlight water CO2 to cyanobacteria which will then convert into clean alkane alcohol fuels hoped that these bioreactors could scaled industrial level with ‘living refineries’ producing carbon

cost effective sustainable

fuels that could transported

petrol

stations Hellgardt Imperial College London project partner said: “We need have secure supply energy order modern world keep

functioning carbon emissions from fossil fuels contributing climate change need address that well “That projects like PhotoFuel important could provide with another source clean energy helping mitigate effects

vehicles environment €6m PhotoFuel consortium manufacturer

Volkswagen
well Imperial College London partners include
Uppsala Universitet Sweden;
Universität Bielefeld Germany; Università degli Studi Firenze

Italy; Algafuel Portugal Energies Nouvelles France; Neste Corporation Finland; Karlsruhe Institute Technology Germany; Centro Ricerche Fiat SCPA

Italy; VOLVO

Technology Sweden SYNCOM

Beratung GmbH Germany

also involved