November 15, 2012, Houston, TX — Algae-based biodiesel is being offered at retail pumps for what the companies involved say is the first time in the U.S.
November 15, 2012 By Argus Media
PropelFuels, a retailer, along with biofuel maker Solazyme are testing a month-long pilot project in the San Francisco area of California.
Drivers may buy the biodiesel for the same price as conventional diesel. Cars need no modifications to run the algae-based fuel, the firms said.
PropelFuels will offer the diesel in Redwood City, San Jose, Berkeley and Oakland, California.
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