Posts Tagged ‘Solix Biofuels’

A Company Said That It Can Cut The Cost Of Growing Algae By 95 Percent

Saturday, November 22, 2008 1:05 No Comments

The company which said that it can cut the the cost of algae production by 90 to 95 percent is called Solix Biofuels. For growth and food, algae needs carbon dioxide. Solix said that it has founded a way to reducing costs drastically by injecting CO2 inside the tank in a passive manner. Solix Biofuels [...]

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A 15.5 Million Investment In The Biofuel Algae Cultivation

Wednesday, November 12, 2008 10:48 No Comments

15.5 million dollars is the amount that a company called Solix Biofuels situated in California will invest in a algae farm to produce biofuel at the highest rate so far, between 5 and 6,000 liters per hectare. The farm is situated on the Indian reservation of the Ute tribe, near Durango. The optimal conditions for [...]

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