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It would only take 10% of the surface area of the state of New Mexico to meet the US energy needs if it were devoted to algae production according Val Kurtz, ceo Valcent Products, speaking in this video.
Thanks to Hugh Baker
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Grow a 1000 acres of this algae then talk. Show the energy profit.
In the lab is not the same as in the farmers field.
32,000 km^2 isn’t that much. All energy needs? Really?
Aha! Just transportation fuels.
Algae experiments have been going on for some time. Has Energy department shown any interest in it. I know they had a diatome lab in Arizona which has been shut down.
Love to hear about any move made by this administration in this direction.
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