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Algae Renewable Energy Carbon Credit First Timer

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The interest in algae farming also includes implementing Carbon Capture, Biofuel Production, Power Generation, and other industrial flue gasses for use in Photo bioreactors for algae cultivation.

The interest in algae farming also includes implementing Carbon Capture, Biofuel Production, Power Generation, and other industrial flue gasses for use in Photo bioreactors for algae cultivation.

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  • 1. Are You An Algae Renewable Energy First Timer? The scope of our projects include; impleme implementing Carbon Capture, Biofuel Production, Power l Generation, and other industrial flue gasses for use in Photo bioreactors for algae rial cultivation. Micro Algae can be Gene Genetically Modified to have a high sugar and starch content h or high Lipid Oil content. This sugar and starch can be extracted and utilized as feedstock for Biofuel production. The Lipid oil can be extracted with current pressing process and l Lipids processes transesterfied into Biodiesel, Biomass Diesel and BioJet Fuel. Adding an Algae Farm to a ied facility that has a source of CO2 can be very lucrative. Over the last two years, our web website has received more than 20,000 requests f algae ,000 for renewable energy information from m more than 50 countries. Many of those who conta us contact have never been involved with a renewable energy project. Most rely on traditional wable commercial energy providers, but would be fir timers in algae green energy project , first ownership. Some who contact us are familiar with algae farming projects but are concerned over their ability to undertake a financial obligation totaling millions of dollars. If you are a ir first timer in renewable energy project ownership, we recommend you review our e ownership, entire website but will summarize here a few of the most common inquiries raised by first timers. The Algae Photo Bioreactor System is our latest Clean Renewable Energy Innovation Why the interest in algae? Algae based energy is "The Ultimate Upgrade."An endless clean An Renewable Energy Resource with the largest potential to get us off the foreign oil supply supply. National Energy Security is an achievable goal with Algae Oil Environmental Enhancement Oil. through Zero Sulfur and the sequestration of CO2 is possible with algae farming. Cap and e trade Economics & Job Creation through keeping the production of fuels inside the US are all mics national interest. Some of the products produced from algae include include: 70CentsaGallon Inc. Phone: (941) 870 870-2306 Email: Info@70CentsaGallon.com Web: 70CentsaGallon.com
  • 2. Algae Photo Bioreactors have the ability to make more renewable energy in much less time with on demand production capabilities, often multiple products can be produced from a single algal production plant. These modular plants can be co-located into the theater of operations for Military or Civilian commercial use. With the addition of carbon credits these systems generate multiple incomes for their owners. 70CentsaGallon Inc. Phone: (941) 870-2306 Email: Info@70CentsaGallon.com Web: 70CentsaGallon.com
  • 3. Algae is a single cell organism it’s not Rocket Science (here’s the layman's explanation on Algae) Algae feeds on the Hydrogen from the H2O and the Carbon from the CO2 and through the process of photosynthesis produces Hydrocarbon Chains and releases Oxygen. Most strains of the Green and Green-Blue Algae can double their mass every 24hour growing cycle. Different strains of Algae produce Algae Oil with slightly different hydrocarbon chains Microalgae have much faster growth-rates than terrestrial crops. The per unit area yield of oil from algae is estimated to be from between 2,000 to 20,000 gallons per acre, per year(4.6 to 18.4 l/m2 per year); this is 7 to 30 times greater than the next best crop, Chinese tallow (699 gallons). Studies show that algae can produce up to 60% of their biomass in the form of oil. Because the cells grow in aqueous suspension where they have more efficient access to water, CO2 and dissolved nutrients, microalgae are capable of producing large amounts of biomass and usable oil in either high rate algal ponds or photo bioreactors. This oil can then be turned into biodiesel which could be sold for use in automobiles. The biomass (algae cake) can be used for biogas production into methane to generate electricity. The more efficient this process becomes the larger the profit that is turned by the company. Regional production of microalgae and processing into biofuels will provide economic benefits to rural communities. Biobutanol Butanol can be made from algae using only a solar powered biorefinery. This fuel has an energy density similar to gasoline, and greater than that of either ethanol or methanol. In most gasoline engines, butanol can be used in place of gasoline with no modifications. In several tests, butanol consumption is similar to that of gasoline, and when blended with gasoline, provides better performance and corrosion resistance than that of ethanol. The green waste left over from the algae oil extraction can be used to produce butanol. Biogasoline Jet Fuel is being made from algae oil currently. “Flare Test”-Establish that fuel combusts, not explodes. “Can Combustor Test”-Fuel is compatible with basic jet technology. Algae seems to hold the most promise to meet many needs to include methane gas production for electricity. Algae Desirable Characteristics: • Easy to grow • Grow anywhere • High yield per acre 70CentsaGallon Inc. Phone: (941) 870-2306 Email: Info@70CentsaGallon.com Web: 70CentsaGallon.com
  • 4. • Not used for Human or Animal Consumption • Environmentally friendly Algae remove massive amounts of CO2 (Carbon dioxide) from the air. Algae farms are glutton eaters of CO2 gas providing a means for recycling waste carbon dioxide from fossil fuel combustion. It is possible to sequester as much as one billion tons of CO2 per year from algae farms. The United States has one energy plant that produces 25.3 million tons of CO2 by itself. This technology has attracted companies that need inexpensive CO2 sequestration solutions & renewable energy solutions. A One acre algae farm sequesters 400 metric tons of CO2 (Carbon dioxide) from the air. Algae photo bioreactors are closed systems, therefore the CO2 (Carbon dioxide) must be forced fed to the algae. Emulsified CO2 administration into the nutrient water source of the algae enables easy tracking of sequestered CO2 amounts/levels. PBR system use CO2 by PASSIVE (ATMOSPERIC) OR ACTIVE (EMULSIFIED) ADMINISTRATION. CO2 SOURCES SUCH AS FLUE GASSES FROM ACTIVE COAL FIRE POWER PLANTS, ASPHALT/CEMENT PLANTS OR OTHER INDUSTRIES MAKE GREAT SOURCES FOR ALGAL PRODUCTION. Carbon credits & algae farms provide diversified income through algae co by products and active CO2 sequestration. Algae production to create methane biogas is new popular focus and a green way to create endless renewable clean electricity for many cities and industries worldwide. Again, we recommend that you review our entire website http://www.70centsagallon.com/Algae.html or contact us directly if you want more information on algae focused renewable energy ownership. 70CentsaGallon Inc. Phone: (941) 870-2306 Email: Info@70CentsaGallon.com Web: 70CentsaGallon.com

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