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Cultivating local wild algae would be ideal for biofuel if they could produce sufficient percentages of lipid oil, unfortunately they can't. Algae cannot be cultivated in open ponds because of cross contamination, particularly using hybrid strains. This is a fact. For this reason researchers at Algalsolution have devoted their resources into creating the most cost effective bioreactor design. Since April 2010 British government legislation has made it viable to use solar panels and benefit from huge grants. We are in the process of creating a large research centre in England. After careful consideration we have decided to donate our bioreactors to selected overseas researchers to escalate the planet to a biofuel economy.
Sun October 31 2010 12:55:24 PM by Algalsolution 2435 views

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  • Mon November 01 2010 04:31:07 AM

    That is pretty interesting.?

    Are you using the solar grant for furthering algae cultivation ?

    How does solar power help?

    I appreciate the noble act of donating bioreactors ? To whom do you do ? Univs ?

    Individuals? Companies ??

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  • Paulo wrote:
    Thu March 17 2011 01:19:32 PM

    I would also like to know!

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