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Comprehensive Algae Fuels Report

A detailed report on all aspects of the algae fuel value chain, the Comprehensive Oilgae Report will be of immense help to those who are on the threshold of investing in algae biofuels. More »

Algae-based Wastewater Treatment

Compiled by a diverse team of experts, with experience in scientific and industrial fields, the Comprehensive Report for Wastewater Treatment Using Algae is the first report that provides in-depth analysis and insights on this important field. It uses innumerable data and information from a wide variety of expert sources and market studies, and distills these inputs and data into intelligence and a roadmap that you can use. More »

Comprehensive Guide for Algae-based Carbon Capture

A Comprehensive Guide for Entrepreneurs and Businesses Who Wish to get a Basic Understanding of the Business Opportunities and Industry Dynamics of the Algae-based CO2. More ››

Comprehensive Report on Attractive Algae Product Opportunities

The report provides an overview of the wide range of non-fuel applications of algae – both current and future prospects. It will provide entrepreneurs with an idea of how to derive more benefits from their algal energy ventures. The report provides detailed case studies, success stories and factoids of companies that have been involved in the algae products venture More »

Comprehensive Castor Oil Report

There is no other comprehensive report available for castor oil anywhere in the world. This is the first of its kind, and currently, the only one. More ››

Bioplastics Market & Strategy Advisor

Bioplastics Market & Strategy Advisor, published by the Bioplastics Guide, is a unique guiding framework for businesses and entrepreneurs to chart a way forward provides a critical analysis of the status, opportunities & trends of the global bioplastics sector. More ››

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Microalgae or Macroalgae?

Adapted from the Algae Fuels Community @ CleanTick – http://www.cleantick.com/users/algaesmiles/pages/potential-of-macroalgae-as-a-biofuel-feedstock Macroalgae or seaweeds represent a diverse group of eukaryotic, photosynthetic marine organisms. Unlike microalgae, which are unicellular, the macroalgal species are multicellular and possess plant-like characteristics. These photosynthetic organisms abundant in oceans and coastal waters. They are a potent biofuel feedstock, they have high amounts […]

[ More ] August 11th, 2011 | 1 Comment | Posted in Algae-Ethanol, Seaweed |

Have an Algae Fuel Question?

In my previous post I had mentioned that a new online Algae  Fuels Community @ CleanTick has been launched by the promoters of Oilgae. This algae fuels community now comprises about 500+ algae fuel experts and enthusiasts, most of whom are very actively participating in discussions, starting pages related to algae fuels, showcasing their projects […]

The Algae Fuel Challenge

Came across an interesting page  at the Algae Fuels Community @ CleanTick which discusses the challenges in each part of the algae biofuel value chain. “Deriving fuel from algae is at research stage, and there are some daunting challenges in each part of the fuel production value chain. Energy efficient technologies, easy scalability, maximum utilization […]

Contamination in Open ponds for Algae Cultivation

Adapted from – Algae Fuels Community @ CleanTick – http://www.cleantick.com/users/franc/pages/challenges-in-algae-fuel-commercialisation One of the issues that is being encountered in open pond-algal cultivation is the contamination. Contamination of ponds can be a result of:  a)  Infiltration from local algae and other organisms  b) Dust particles, leaves and other airborne materials For instance, although the algal species […]

A centrifuge uses 48.8% of the total energy consumption during algal biofuel production

Harvesting microalgae is difficult as well as energy intensive. This is mainly because the most rapidly growing algal species are frequently very small and often motile unicells which are the most difficult to harvest. Moreover, the conventional harvesting methods used for harvesting microalgae – such as centrifuges, filtration and flotation equipments – are energy-intensive. A […]

[ More ] August 5th, 2011 | No Comments | Posted in algae oil production, Algae-Harvesting |

Materials Used in Building Closed Photobioreactors

Building photobioreactors using low cost materials is still a challenge. Efforts are being pursued by various universities and companies in this area to make cheap PBR’s Here is an excerpt  from the Algae Fuels Community @ CleanTick on the various low cost  materials that can be used for building low cost PBR’s #1 – PolyVinyl […]

[ More ] August 4th, 2011 | 1 Comment | Posted in Algae-Fuel-Research, Algae-Photobioreactor |

CO2-limitation-inducible Green Recovery of fatty acids from cyanobacterial biomass

Here is an interesting article which deals with a  Green Recovery strategy to convert membrane lipids into fatty acids for economical and environmentally sustainable biofuel production. http://www.pnas.org/content/108/17/6905.full?sid=6d498fcf-5e5c-43f4-8d8a-c54c60a2e029

[ More ] August 1st, 2011 | No Comments | Posted in Uncategorized |

OriginOil to work with PACE in the single step extraction systems of algal oil

OriginOil, Inc. (OOIL)  selects Pacific Advanced Civil Engineering, Inc. (PACE) of Fountain Valley, California, to fast-track the rollout of its line of Single Step Extraction(TM) systems for the algal oil extraction, in response to immediate customer demand.PACE will help OriginOil engineer the Tarong systems, and quickly turn around a standard OriginOil commercial offering on modular […]

[ More ] August 1st, 2011 | No Comments | Posted in Uncategorized |

Innovation at Los Alamos Unlocking a New Source of Domestic Oil… From Algae!

A report from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory found that up to 17 percent of the United States’ imported oil for transportation could be replaced with American-grown biofuels from algae. http://blog.energy.gov/blog/2011/05/17/innovation-los-alamos-unlocking-new-source-domestic-oil-algae   Some interesting links Building Energy Analytics Some Innovative & Unique Solar Power

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