As the news of Heliae’s recent groundbreaking demonstrates, the algae industry is growing. In the video below, Mary Rosenthal, ABO’s executive director, describes the impact algae is having on jobs and the economy across the United States.
This weekend ABO member Heliae, an algae technology company based in Arizona, broke ground on a new commercial demonstration facility. The facility in Gilbert, Arizona will showcase the company’s technology platform for partners that will grow and harvest algae for commercial applications. Ultimately these applications will be in fuel markets, but co-products such as feed, […]
The annual Algae Biomass Summit has drawn record-breaking attendance several years in a row, and the next event in Denver is shaping up to be the largest ever. We have received a record number of abstracts and speaker proposals, and spaces in the exhibit hall are going fast.
Several characteristics of algae give them big advantages when it comes to biofuels.
One of the key advantages of using algae as a feedstock for biofuels is that they can be used to produce many different types of fuel. Whether it’s green gasoline, jet fuel, biodiesel, ethanol, or others, algae have the ability to meet our transportation fuel needs.