Alaska joins other airlines in the move toward using biofuel blends for commercial flights to save energy and reduce emissions.
Defense Department policy shifts toward using more clean energy in order to increase national security and save money, which could have far-reaching effects, according to Pew.
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In an effort to advance the biofuels industry beyond corn ethanol, the Obama administration launches a $510 million effort to make drop-in replacements for jet fuel and diesel for aircraft and boats.
Solazyme signs contract to provide additional 150,000 gallons of algae-derived advanced biofuels to U.S. military by 2011.
Many companies have tried to make fuel and food products from algae, but Solazyme's unique approach has helped accentuate its potential for commercializing algae biofuels.
Navy's Ray Mabus announces research plan with Department of Energy around grid storage, part of ambitious program to cut fossil fuel use in half this decade at the Navy.
Algae-based projects received much of the latest round in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act grants set aside for alternative fuel projects.
Ford scientists are looking at algae as potential automotive biofuels.
The algae-farming company decides to shift its focus to food and pharmaceuticals from biofuels, a common theme among algae companies that are having trouble displacing oil.