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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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  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

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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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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

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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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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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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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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
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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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biofuels Full

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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 modified cyanobacteria production biofuels Full article transcript below: Clean fuels project receives H2020 funding Horizon 2020 funding four
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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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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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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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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 Algae future Rights Resevered 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

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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  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

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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 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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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  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
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project develop clean biotechnology microalgae Clean

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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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production

Approach Microalgae track record Technological Platforms Services Consultancy services Technical services Training Projects Projects

Projects News Contacts ©2018 Algae future Rights Reserved Powered BYDAS About What Company History Resources Culture Collection Industrial production Approach Technological Platforms Microalgae Track Record Services Consultancy Services

Technical Services Training Projects

Projects Projects News Contacts 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  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
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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