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Commercial Production of Algae for Food and Fuel
Welcome to AlgalOilDiesel, LLP WikiWeb. Please read and learn all you can about how to turn a 25 micron, single cell plant, into diesel fuel. That's not all. Algal oil can be used for cooking, as a lotion, animal feed and as directly burned fuel for a waste oil heater or boiler. We can use the biodiesel for internal combustion engines (vehicles, boats and, eventually, jet airplanes), external combustion engines (steam engines), heating and cooling, and running generators so we can get off the grid.
Biodiesel is a local product which can be used locally, thus avoiding foreign oil. We can make it ourselves and not be slaves to Big Oil. Because we will be self-sufficient in energy, we can grow our own food, build our own houses, heat our homes and shops, and have enough left over to share with our neighbors. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org in order to edit and add comments.
Our approach is to place in the hands of small farms, small villages, small towns, and other small energy consumers, the tools with which they can produce their own biodiesel derived from locally available kitchen waste oils and second and third crushes of oil seeds. The tool is primarily a small, skid mounted biodiesel unit which can be operated by one person and uses known and well understood transesterification and/or transmethylization chemistry to produce biodiesel (B99). The B99 would not necessairly be sold but used primarily by the producer for fuel and heating uses.
The result is that biodiesel is local, affordable, sustainable, and lower cost than petro-diesel. The feedstock can be waste vegetable oil or animal fats or algal oil.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ABOUT US CONTACT US SCIENCE & ENGINEERING Process Steps for Extraction of Algal Oil PRODUCTION OF FEEDSTOCK ACTIVATED CHARCOAL FOR FILTERS USE OF WASTE WATER FOR MUSHROOM COMPOSTING BIODIESEL PROCESSING PROPOSAL FOR BIODIESEL PROCESSING RESEARCH NOTES ON CUPHEA ALGAE TO ETHANOL CUPHEA OIL CROPPING AND PROCESSING BIOMASS RESEARCH NOTES The LRES/SCSHTLTEBSTPDRSCHP-GHG+COWFLOP System THERMAL DEPOLYMERIZATION ECONOMICS Partnership agreement U. S. AID PROPOSAL IRELAND BIOENERGY ACTION PLAN INDUSTRY VENTURE CAPITAL PROPOSED BUSINESS PLAN FOR BIOCHAR CLEAN COAL VERSUS DIRTY COAL SOLAR FURNACE CHP SYSTEM ARTICLES TRANSITION GREENPEACE TOUTS CSP USE OF GLYCERINE FOR FOAM AND POLY PRODUCTS CANADIAN ENERGY INVESTMENT POOL PROJECTS WIIMAS GREEN ENERGY PARK MICROAVE CELL BOMB PROJECT COMPETITION WESTERN BIIOFUELS ORIGIN OIL GRANT OPPORTUNITIES DOD DOE EPA EPA USDA
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