Blue Marble Energy

  • Uses non-genetically modified microbes for fermentation, digestion, and hydrogen production
  • Compatible with a broad range of waste feedstocks, from algae blooms to animal and forest waste
  • Pursues low-volume, high-margin specialty chemicals such as anhydrous ammonia and esters rather than biofuels
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