National Algae Association

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The National Algae Association is a United States trade organization for renewable energy companies and researchers involved in the production and distribution of biofuels made from algae.

Created in January 2008 and headquartered in Houston, Texas,[1][2] the association seeks to coordinate research and development efforts for commercial algal fuel applications. It also hosts conferences for the presentation of scientific papers on algal fuel.[3]

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