• Cultivates algae in shallow, open plastic-lined ponds on the ground, then increases oil content using its “Heteroboost” fermentation technology
  • Launching 34-acre, $65 million pilot operation in Hawaii, hoping to produce 100,000 gallons of algal oil per year
  • Commercial partners include Hawaiian Electri...
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