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The algae alternative

By Evan I. Schwartz
Globe Correspondent / July 12, 2004

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To owners of aquariums, algae is annoying. But to inventor Isaac Berzin, algae represents the future of energy. His Cambridge start-up, GreenFuel Technologies Corp., is launching a new technology platform that he believes will thrust the familiar green gunk into the center of hot-button debates around air pollution, global warming, and energy independence. (Full Article: 1588 Words)

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