Postby eilya » Thu Sep 18, 2008 1:47 am

Hi dear friends,

I want to know necessary conditions for algae growing (specially efficient temperature which algae survive in that, and any other important conditions), my second question is about the economic aspect, I want to know if it (Biodiesel production from algae) is economical for investment in this field, and if you can help me by any feasibility study which uses algae in production. and finally please tell me about any wide commercial production(factory) and about finall products which are usable in other fields (like ethanol production)

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Postby jamesking251 » Tue Dec 22, 2009 11:51 am

as far as I know, Algae can't stand the heat of the sun. So more likely it is good to grow algae to tropical countries ex. (Philippines). I have heard that people there are also using bisodiesel because it has less effect to our health and for our econmy. It is economic friendly and it doesn't cause much damage to our mother earth..

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Re: Biodiesel

Postby anyiez ange » Fri Jun 04, 2010 10:56 am

may i know that what macroalgas can be biodiesel?? and which macroalgas have yield until 40%?
please reply me..thanks
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