Aquatic Energy

  • Non-GM algae grown in open ponds; dewatering and extraction done with off-the-shelf technology
  • Claims differentiator is in use of freshwater
  • Final product mix is 80% meal, 15% fuels, 5% Omega-3s; revenue split is 50% meal, 50% fuels and Omega-3s
  • Recently completed construction on 30-acre demo plant
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