• Produces algae oil for bio-based jet fuel, nutraceuticals, animal feed, fertilizers, and biopolymers
  • Algae growing facilities built onto existing coal power plants; using power plant's flue gas as a nutrient source for algae
  • Operates facilities in Oregon and Missouri
  • Seeking a $100 million funding roun...
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