The project is backed by GreenFuel Technologies, which was started by Isaac Berzin of MIT. Challenges include keeping the growing algae on top of a moist surface and how to get CO2 into the moisture to spur maximum growth during daylight hours. The next step is to build a series of greenhouses 30 feet wide and 500 feet long to grow the algae.
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