Algae’s Bipartisan Support
From: Riggs Eckelberry
Los Angeles, October 4, 2010
It seems that nothing can get through Washington these days! But… algae can!
“A bill meant to give tax breaks to companies working on algae feedstocks-generated biofuel has been approved by the US House of Representatives…. This bipartisan bill was not controversial and passed…with no objections and without a roll call vote this past week.”
OriginOil Speaking News
Dr. Vikram Pattarkine’s presentation was delivered to great reviews at Caltech in Pasadena on September 17th.
Now, Senior Advisor Paul Reep will present on the hot topic of ‘Algae Bio-Carbon Capture’ at the 3rd Algae World Asia conference in Singapore on 19-20 October. (More)
And as you know, our appearance on September 23rd at the National Algae Association was a big success….
Riggs and team
President & CEO
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