Pond Biofuels

  • Photobioreactors use either LEDs or sunlight to cultivate algae using with raw flue gas from industrial emitters
  • Plans to sell systems to industrial users such as cement, steel, natural gas power plants, coal-fired power plants, and oil sands
  • Using centrifuges for dewatering and c...

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