September 6, 2011:  National Algae Association Announces Completion of New Commercial-Scale Pilot PBR

"Instead of talking about what needs to be done and assuming someone else is doing it, algaepreneurs rolled up their sleeves and are doing it themselves. To quote an NAA member, "The wise men said it couldn't be done; the fools are doing it!"  Click here for complete release

August 16, 2011:  National Algae Association Issues Comment to Billion Ton Update; Launches New Initiatives

Why Was Algae Excluded from the Department of Energy's Billion Ton Update?
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May 16, 2011:  National Algae Association Announces Commercial Opportunities Click here for complete release

April 27, 2011:  The Time for Commercial Algae Production is Now.  Click here for complete release

March 31, 2011:  National Algae Association Applauds DOE Funding To Support Advanced Biofuels

NAA is pleased that the Department of Energy is moving towards commercial development of advanced biofuels in its most recent Funding Opportunity Announcement, DE-FOA-0000467.  Click here for complete release

March 14, 2011:  National Algae Association Executive Director to Speak in Washington, DC

Following the announcement of the formation of a partnership between the Department of Defense and the Department of Energy's Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-e), NAA Executive Director Barry Cohen will speak at CLEANDEF2. Click  here for complete release

March 7, 2011:  National Algae Association  is bringing algae to New York City!    

Algae producers, researchers, extraction and harvesting equipment manufacturers, engineering companies, members of the legal and investment communities and other algaepreneurs will be meeting at the National Algae Association's Growing, Harvesting and Extraction Technologies Conference  at the New York City offices of Goodwin Procter LLP on March 28, 2011.  Click here for complete release

January 26, 2011:  National Algae Association Executive Director Presents in Washington, DC

National Algae Association's Algae Commercialization, Research and Business Networking Forum on January 13-14, 2011, proved that commercial-scale algae production is just around the corner, according to NAA Executive Director Barry Cohen.  Click here for complete press release