S.C.'s dependence on coal power draws interest from biofuel company

Image by NEON jaImage by 20090805-algae.jpg A really, really close up of single-cell algae. Algae is going to be one of the miracle drugs of 21st century's energy problems.

Because of South Carolina's reliance on carbon dioxide-heavy coal for power, Kent BioEnergy Corp. sees an opportunity to market its algae product that not only captures CO2 from power plants but turns it into fuel.

Pretty neat.

Hop over to TheĀ Charleston Regional Business Journal for the story.

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