Algae.Tec

  • Uses light-concentrating technology to prevent glare and harness energy into algae reactors; photobioreactors (PBRs) built out of standard shipping containers offers modularity
  • Planning to enter biodiesel, jet fuel, animal feed, and nutraceutical markets using algae production and extra...

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