Algae Business Opportunities
See how an Algae business can produce biofuels, bioplastics, medicines, nutritional supplements, animal feed, fertilizer, and more. Algae grows 30-100 times faster than land based crops, and uses waste water without competing for topsoil. Start your Algae Business today with this Guide!
The Algae Revolution is upon us!
Learn why and how you can create abundant wealth, meaningful careers in a fascinating area, and positive social and environmental impact by starting an Algae Business.
Forward thinking entrepreneurs are learning everything they can about how to get involved with an algae business. Grant and investment money is flowing into algal research and development, and the results will dramatically effect the largest industries on the planet.
Algae Business Opportunities in:
- Bio Gasoline and Ethanol
- Bio Diesel
- Jet fuel
- Disaster relief
- Animal feed
- Organic fertilizer
- Food and Supplements
- Bio plastics
- Waste treatment management
- Bio technology
Why Choose This Guide?
This Algae Business book is written for entrepreneurs and small business owners, by an entrepreneur and small business owner. The questions asked throughout and their answers are written to be from a beginner’s perspective, including everything that has been faced by the author in his own algae business in production and consulting.
This is not as much of a technical How-To manual, like Algae Biofuel, Biodiesel from Algae, or Ethanol from Algae. Instead it is written for forward thinking individuals looking for the best ways to cash in on the Algae Revolution.
This Algae Business book and supporting bonus materials are 923 Pages. It is the most complete treatment of the subject available anywhere, online or offline!
I. Biofuels Market Overview
Advantages of Using Algae Biofuels
Micro algae Strains
Preferred Geographic Regions for Algae Production
Carbon Dioxide Co-Locating
II. Making Biofuels Using Algae
Overview of Algae Harvesting Technologies
Approaches for Macro algae
Overview of Oil Extraction Technologies
III. Producing Biofuels
Producing Bio diesel
Anaerobic Digestion of Whole Algae
Bio Hydrogen Production from Algae
Using Algae for Ethanol Production
Biobutanol: The Bio fuel No One is Talking About
Challenges to Algae to Bio fuel Commercialization
Bio-fuel Grants and Tax Incentives
Companies in the USA Involved in Algae Fuel Production
IV. Many Uses of Algae
- Making Bio-plastics
- Use of Algae in Waste Water Treatment
- Concept of Bio-fertilizers and Algae
- Algae in Food & Health Industry
- Algae and Health Foods
- Pharmaceutical Uses of Algae
- Cosmetic Uses of Algae
- Algae as Animal and Fish Feeds
- Miscellaneous Uses of Algae
- Designing Viable Algal Bio energy Co-production Concepts
- Algae Concepts For Developing Countries
- Marketing Challenges of Algae
- Algae Business Strategies for the Future
BONUS DOWNLOADS! 9 FREE Reports Including:
1. The Algae Industry Survey (29 pages)
By Dr. Mark Edwards, this one-of-a-kind industry survey lets you peek into the minds of the top algae business movers and shakers in the industry and see their thoughts, methods, techniques, and much more. This is very hard to find information outside of expensive private reports.
2. Biogases Production and Utilization (16 pages)
Biogas is an algae business that is already big and its going to get even bigger. Able to power everything from cooking stoves to generators, to semi-trucks and vehicles, to small private farms, this easy to produce natural gas can do it all. This report goes in-depth into the European side of things. They have been using it, and perfecting it, for years. This insiders look reveals the tip and techniques necessary for starting your own off-the-grid energy system.
3. Roadmap for Bio Energy and Bio Products in the US (56 pages)
This report is worth studying as many of its predictions have come to pass. It has proved to be an accurate predictor of future events. This report addresses various:
- Feed stocks
- Regional opportunities
- Processing and conversion
- End use markets
4. Current State (2010) of the US Ethanol Industry (48 pages)
This report concisely lays out many of the challenges, and logistical ways of dealing with the issues facing the ethanol industry. Covered topics are
Size and structure of the US Ethanol Market
U.S. Ethanol in a global context
Ethanol Industry Economics
How Ethanol is Used
Environmental issues confronting ethanol
And much more
5. Production of Lipid Fuels and Chemicals (116 pages)
A detailed report by the Solar Energy Research Institute. This report goes into detail on all aspects of creating and producing algae based fuels and chemicals from 4 different algae strains and the various production challenges they faced, and most importantly, how they solved them. Critical cost centers and how to reduce those costs. It includes sections on methods, laboratory practices, open pond operations, using CO2, mixing, salinity, harvesting, oil/chemical extraction, and operating costs.
6. Advanced Biofuels Development in the USA (38 pages)
A slide show report from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Bio energy Australia 2010 Conference in Sydney Australia which outlines the recent history of the NREL, as well as it’s current projects. It’s predictions for the future of bio fuels as well as steps taken by the NREL to insure its success.
7. A Look Back at the Aquatic Species Program (318 pages)
The book that started it all. This is a “must have” reference detailing the early methods and techniques of algae fuel production using open “raceway” ponds. Jimmy Carter commissioned this study in the early days of the Arab Oil Embargo. It was, at the time, years ahead of its time. I don’t know of anyone, who is seriously interested in algae bio fuels who hasn’t studied this book from cover to cover. Now yours…free.
8. Comprehensive Guide to Federal Biofuel Incentives (25 pages)
Making bio fuels is one thing, but wouldn’t you like to have the government pay you to do it as well as profit from the product itself?
After all Big Oil and the Big ethanol producers certainly don’t seem to mind it. This comprehensive manual gives you all the details, tips and tricks to cash in on grants, incentives, tax credits available to bio fuel producers and more.
9. The Design and Operation of an Algae Test Facility (68 pages)
Another excellent and detailed report by the Solar Energy Research Institute. All details of their test facility in Roswell, New Mexico are present here. How they built it, the materials, Earthworks, Mixing Systems Nutrient System, Dilution System, Carbonation system is detailed in this excellent report.
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