Ethanol from Algae

Ethanol from Algae

Ethanol from Algae

Make Ethanol from Algae with this amazing How-To book. From start to finish, home to large scale production, discover the complete Algae for Ethanol guide!
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How to Make Ethanol from Algae

Welcome to the Ultimate How-to Manual on Algal Ethanol! This book is perfect for do it yourself minded people, and also entrepreneurs and investors wondering how to profit from this gigantic opportunity.

See why algae to ethanol technology is so important to the energy future of the world, plus enjoy 10 bonus reports!

For more on algae as fuel, see Algae BiofuelBiodiesel from Algae, and Algae Business.

In this Ethanol from Algae Guide You will Learn:

  • The entire ethanol from algae process – Start to Finish!
  • The different algal strains best for Ethanol - and where to buy them
  • How to build a home ethanol still for personal production.
  • To thoroughly prepare you to buy an ethanol still.
  • How to construct and operate a small or large scale ethanol plant.
  • The fundamentals of alcohol fermentation.
  • Legal requirements related to ethanol production.
  • Advice on local and federal government tax breaks available to you to start.
  • A resource guide to source parts and equipment.
  • Detailed reference sources for further information.
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Why make Ethanol from Algae?

  • You can press the oil from specific strains of algae to make bio diesel, and then use the left over biomass for ethanol – two transportation fuel products in one.
  • Algae can be grown on non-arable land not taking away from the productive farmland.
  • Algae require fewer inputs than traditional sources.
  • High EROI – Energy Returned On Investment – more energy returned than required to produce algae ethanol.
  • It does not require very complicated equipment or machinery for set-up.
  • An ethanol from algae plant does not use food crops.
  • The ethanol from algae process produces many valuable by-products.
  • A by-product of the fermentation is CO, a valuable component to maximizing algae production.

Why Choose This Ethanol from Algae Guide?  

  • This book is written for entrepreneurs and small business owners, by an entrepreneur and small business owner.
  • The author has attempted to answer every question that he has ever had and answered in his own algae biofuel production consulting business. 
  • This guide is over 235 pages and the eBook bonus materials are 1024 pages!
  • This is the most complete treatment of this subject available anywhere!
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What’s Inside?

Part 1: Introducing Ethanol from Algae

  • How to use this eBook
  • What is Ethanol?
  • History of Ethanol
  • Ethanol myths
  • Size and Structure of the US Ethanol Industry
  • How Ethanol is Used
  • Why Make Ethanol from Algae?
  • Ethanol around the world
  • Products distilled from ethanol
  • The Future of ethanol
  • US Algae Market Potential
  • Market Outlook

Part 2: Ethanol from Algae Production Overview

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  • What is a bio-refinery?
  • Basic algae ethanol production
  • Algae Based Ethanol Feed Stocks
  • Where to obtain viable ethanol from algae
    feedstock
  • Growing Algae for Ethanol
  • Strain Selection
  • Cultivation in: Open Ponds, Closed Ponds, and Enclosed Photo bioreactors
  • Scale-Up Challenges
  • Other feed stocks that can be used
  • Building or Buying a Home Ethanol Still with Plans, Kits, and Professional reviews

Part 3: Ethanol from Algae Production Considerations

  • Market Opportunities
  • Co-production
  • Site and Climate Considerations
  • Water Requirements
  • Productivity and Costs
  • Combined Bioreactor and Open pond costs
  • Example of a Small Scale Algae Ethanol Farm

Part 4: Large Scale Ethanol from Algae Plant Design

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  • Dry Milling
  • Wet Milling
  • Fermentation
  • Yeast Strains
  • Nutritional Requirements
  • Sugar Concentration
  • Distillation
  • What Is a Bio Refinery?
  • Deciding to Produce Ethanol
  • Benefits
  • Markets and Uses
  • Market Assessment
  • Production Potential
  • Financial Requirements
  • Analysis of Financial Requirements
  • Decision Process
  • Plant Design: Considerations for Your Needs & Process Controls
  • Small/Farm scale equipment suppliers
  • Commercial Business Planning
  • Permit information
  • Water Pollution Controls and Permits
  • Overview of Federal and State Polices that Support Ethanol
  • Equipment Suppliers
  • Conversion Factors
  • Glossary 
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PLUS!! 10 Valuable Ethanol from Algae Bonus Reports!

1. Building a Home Distillation Guide (45 pages)

This is a complete guide to building your own ethanol still. Detailed pictures and graphics. This is specifically for the home small volume producer. A great introduction to getting your feet wet in producing ethanol biofuels. 

2. Making Ethanol – Step by Step (71 pages)

This is a simple step-by-step system of distilling ethanol. Written in plain English it is easy enough for the beginner. It also has an extensive resource section.

3. Bio Refinery to make Ethanol From Algae (254 pages)

This is a very interesting report created by Algaenol on building a biorefinery in Texas and Florida. It details all aspects of the various permits necessary from a legal and environmental viewpoint. It gives you an inside peek into the process of complying with local and federal laws. Where this report will benefit you is you get actual letters sent and to whom. It gives you actual examples for use in your own operations.

4. Conversion of Lignocellulosic Biomass to Ethanol (147 pages)

Another excellent report by the NREL detailing biomass to ethanol, including the exact processes used as well as costs and profits by a number of participating refineries. This provides everything you could possibly want to know from the production and logistical standpoint.

5. Current State of the US Ethanol Industry (2010) (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 include:

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

6. Ethanol Material Data and Safety Sheets (SDS) (6 pages)

Material Data and Safety Sheets for ethanol. This is must have information to not only know chemicals you’re dealing with, but the safety and health implications as well.

7. Ethanol Tax Incentives and Grants State by State (88 pages)

An exhaustive state by state summary outlining the current producers (competition) as well as state and federal grants, tax credits, and incentives you can apply for. This guide makes sure you know and are you’re applying all the government money available to you.

8. Instructions + Permits for Ethanol Production

You’re first step in creating your own fuel is applying for the fuel producers permit. This guide shows you how, where, when and what to do.

9. Ethanol Handling and Use Guidelines (60 pages)

This report shows you what governments expect and what they will be looking for. Armed with this information you’ll be ahead of the curve and able to pass inspection without fines or delays.

10. Ethanol Blended Fuels – A Teacher’s Guide (61 pages)

Created after popular demand, now over 70 colleges and high schools are using this material. This guide is written specifically for teachers on how to conduct an algae to ethanol class, with useful information in here for everyone.

For more on algae as fuel, see Algae BiofuelBiodiesel from Algae and Algae Business.

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