Algae: The Future of Fuel| 22mins
Director: Geoff D’Eon | Producer: Edward Peill
Focus Years: 2011 | Country: Canada
Algae: The Future of Fuel is a half-hour documentary about the global search to develop renewable energy from an unlikely source: algae. The film explores the ground-breaking research being done by the National Research Council in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Perhaps algae fuel is not such a far-fetched idea – it’s the same as the crude oil we already use today – it just hasn’t been aged for a few million years. This documentary is about looking for a viable alternative to conventional oil. Is there an inexhaustible supply that could be produced anywhere in the world? Could burning actually be a part of the solution to global warming? Production of this unlikely green fuel source could put Atlantic Canada in the renewable energy big leagues.
Algae: The Future of Fuel | 22mins
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