Solix BioSystems

  • Panel shaped photobioreactors float in manmade open ponds, and bubble in scrubbed CO_2_ from co-located CO_2_ emitters
  • Changed name from Solix BioFuels to Solix BioSystems to reflect the company’s expansion beyond fuel products
  • Though currently relying on conventional centrifuge dewatering and hexane ...
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