What is Algae?

Algae are one of the most versatile and naturally abundant resources on earth. They are the holy grail for solving many of the global challenges we face today. Algae could be used in medicines, food supplements, biofuel, and animal food, as well as in the creation of synthetic materials like plastic. This tiny organism can do all of that, and at the same time it is also cleaning our air by absorbing CO2!

Integrating Algae Logically

As a result of rapid simultaneous advances in technologies in several complementary areas including power generation with carbon capture, biochar production, growing algae in a controlled indoor environment, indoor plant farms, fish farms, energy storage and renewable energy, companies can enhance their facilities and increase their profits by combining these complementary technologies.

Example Algae Technology Providers
Pond Technoloies

Pond Tech is engaged in the sale and licensing of its CO2 abatement technology to project developers, funders, engineering companies, and others in partnership with industrial emitters.

Algae Capital

We facilitate and take care of processes at your algae farm

Larssen Greenhouse Consulting

We design proprietary reactor systems that maximize the combination of natural and artificial light, including optimization of the greenhouse design itself to support and sustain heavy production

Benefits of Algae

Spirulina algae are high in omega 3 and protein, making it a healthy and nutritious addition to ones diet

Carbon Sequestration

Algae can be grown directly from flue gas, creating a valuable product from waste, while mitigating emissions

Organic Fertilizer

The concept of using algae fertilizer is not a new one. Aside from its nutritional content, algae offers other benefits when used as a fertilizer.

Check Out Possible Systems
Integrated Agricultural Systems