Huge markets for algae products exist in liquid transportation fuels, animal feeds, bio-plastics, renewable chemicals, and food-grade oils. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the long-term commercial potential of algal fuel and other high-value co-products is as high as $3 trillion, as algae replace fossil oils and oilseed crops as a platform for fuels, feed, fertilizers, chemicals and nutraceutical products. Moreover, demand for algal-based fuels, chemicals, and feed is not only driven by the desire for lower cost, but also for a smaller carbon footprint. A sustainable advantage of algae over traditional crops and fossil fuels is the carbon savings achieved by using algae as a feedstock. As such, the last few years have seen substantial investment from the public and private sectors flow toward algae-based biofuels ventures.
Next: The SolutionOur goal is to provide our future consumers with advanced algae cultivation technologies developed, tested and proven to maximize profits in producing high value products utilizing sustainable and environmentally friendly systems.