The first algae-fueled vehicle called the Algaeus has begun its drive across the country. The car, a converted plug-in Prius outfitted with a nickel-metal hydride battery and pill price viagra filled with a blend of 5 percent algae and 95 percent gasoline from Sapphire Energy, set out from San Francisco yesterday and will take 10 days to make it to click here generic levitra without prescription Washington, DC.
Yes, a 5 percent blend of algae doesn't exactly signal the where to buy cialis start of an algae revolution, but it does mean that progress is being made on fuel with great potential and this road trip lets people see the progress in action. The main point of the Algaeus is lowest price for brand cialis to show the ability of algae to be used in a standard engine.
The road trip isn't being made just to show off the algae car, but to also promote the film FUEL that discusses solutions for our dependence on foreign oil and opens on September 18th, the day the algae car will reach its destination.
Sapphire Energy plans to produce two million gallons of algae fuel per year for the next two years with hopes of it becoming cost-competitive in the http://www.investordaily.com.au/buy-levitra-online-cheap next few years at $60 to $80 a barrel. The company intends to online levitra create a 10 percent algae blend for its future commercial products. Sapphire is also producing one million gallons of algae-based jet fuel this year.
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