Heliae ramps up operations and plans next commercial facility

Heliae continues to ramp up operations at its first commercial algae production plant in Gilbert, Arizona. In an interview, Dan Simon, CEO and President of Heliae, said that when the company commenced operations in October 2013, the plant was operating at 33% of its capacity and the full producti...

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