Hawaii is ramping up the development of renewable energy, especially algae-based biofuels, as part of efforts to cut the state's dependence on imported oil, reduce electricity rates and address the needs of a large, biofuel-hungry military contingent, according to columnist Jim Lane. Phycal, Cellana and General Atomics are among the companies developing algae-based biofuels in Hawaii, Lane writes.

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