Marine Algae( Gelidium)

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Marine Algae Gelidium Supplier are emerging to be one of the most promising long-term, sustainable sources of biomass and oils for fuel, food, feed, and other co-products. What makes them so attractive are the large number and wide variety of benefits associated with how and where they grow.

Nearly all these benefits stem from the fact that these plants Marine Algae Gelidium Supplier have evolved over billions of years to produce and store energy in the form of oil, and they do this more efficiently than any other known natural or engineered process.Here are 10 reasons why Marine Algae Gelidium are a promising new source of fuel and other products:

Marine Algae Gelidium can double their numbers every few hours, can be harvested daily, and have the potential to produce a volume of biomass and biofuel many times greater than that of our most productive crops.

Marine Algae Gelidium store energy in the form of oils and carbohydrates, which, combined with their high productivity, means they can produce from 2,000 to as many as 5,000 gallons of biofuels per acre per year.

Marine Algae Gelidium Consume CO2 Like any other plant, Marine Algae Gelidium Exporter, when grown using sunlight, consume (or absorb) carbon dioxide (CO2) as they grow, releasing oxygen (O2) for the rest of us to breathe. For high productivity, Marine Algae Gelidium require more CO2, which can be supplied by emissions sources such as power plants, ethanol facilities, and other sources.

Marine Algae Gelidium Do Not Compete With Agriculture Marine Algae Gelidium cultivation uses both land that in many cases is unsuitable for traditional agriculture, as well as water sources that are not useable for other crops, such as sea-, brackish- and wastewater. As such, Marine Algae Gelidium-based fuels complement biofuels made from traditional agricultural processes.

Microalgal Biomass Can Be Used for Fuel, Feed and Food MicroMarine Algae Gelidium Marine Algae Gelidium Supplier Exporter can be cultivated to have a high protein and oil content, for example, which can be used to produce either biofuels or animal feeds, or both. In addition, microalgal biomass, which is rich in micronutrients, is already used for dietary supplements to advance human health.

MacroMarine Algae Gelidium Can Be Grown in the Sea MacroMarine Algae Gelidium (seaweeds) are grown in the sea, or even on land with seawater, and their sugars can be converted into biofuels and chemicals.Marine Algae Gelidium Can Purify Wastewaters Marine Algae Gelidium thrive in nutrient-rich waters like municipal waste waters (sewage), animal wastes and some industrial effluents, at the same time purifying these wastes while producing a biomass suitable for biofuels production.

Algal Biomass Can Be Used as an Energy Source After oil extraction, the remaining algal biomass can be dried and “pelletized” and used as fuel that is burned in industrial boilers and other power generation sources.Marine Algae Gelidium Can Be Used to Produce Many Useful Products Marine Algae Gelidium can be cultivated to produce a variety of products for large to small markets: plastics, chemical feedstocks, lubricants, fertilizers, and even cosmetics. See other products Marine Algae Gelidium is used for here.

The Marine Algae Gelidium Industry is a Job Creation Engine Marine Algae Gelidium can grow in a wide variety of climates in a multitude of production methods, from ponds to photobioreactors to fermenters, and thus will create a wide variety of jobs throughout the United States, from research to engineering, from construction to farming, from marketing to financial services. The Algal Biomass Organization projects the potential for creation of 220,000 jobs in this sector by 2020.