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In the race to develop a viable biofuel replacement for petrochemical fuels, there are three nagging challenges.
ü The first is the need to develop and implement biofuels technologies decentralized, on a scale capable of providing the quantities of the biofuels needed to make the greatest impact on the cargo and jet fuels infrastructures at the lowest possible cost to make the change. However created, that fuel will be biodiesel. The cost of equipping cargo vehicles for the new fuel en mass is lowest of all currently available options.
ü The second is that cargo fuels infrastructures must modified first. Ship, truck, train & jet airplane fuels are the blood that courses through the veins of America. Consumers must accept that without a strong cargo infrastructure, there is nothing in place for consumption. New energy sources mean we must change. Change is rarely painless. Right now, this change is going to sting us all quite a bit due to our collective indecision. Tomorrow, due to our own human nature, this change will be unbearable for many as the human price only continues to rise.
ü The third challenge is creating a biofuels industry where the idea is the elimination of: competition for food crops, competition for arable land, and creation of toxic byproducts. The term “Biofuels” has become confused with the notion, “something else a car will run on that can sold for profit”.
Until these challenges are met, the image of global replacement of petrochemicals with biofuels remains only a dream. A dream that becomes a nightmare if you’re dreaming of global warming.
Scipio Biofuels has developed a photo-bioreactor system (“PBR”) for massive cultivation of any species of algae that can produce biofuels compatible with petroleum-powered diesel engines. Scipio has the key technological advantage over competitors in our ability to produce yields far beyond systems of comparable size. Scipio seeks funding for a flagship production site at SCLA in Victorville CA and preliminary staffing, and investors for subsequent expansion. Our preliminary target customers are industrial diesel consumers. Our next target customers are airfreight carriers. Once Scipio achieves name recognition and a reputation for quality, price integrity, and green fuels in these two markets, the potential for expansion nationally and globally for Scipio and all biofuel producers is only limited by one’s imagination.
My company to date is the ONLY algae to biofuels company on Earth that has a solid foundation of having ALL 9 of the technical requirements for algae biofuels as determined by the National Algae Association in Oct. 2008.
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The opportunity to contribute to my country and the world in a manner and scale I've been dreaming of since the last century.
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Give America the ability to toss the OPECkers back into their sandbox by DEMONSTRATING exactly how to make biodiesel, bio-jet fuel and eventually bio-gasoline in industrial quantities by growing algae within a sealed, continuously harvesting system. We've got the patents, now all we need is the funding. Anybody?
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Great concepts Matt. I believe the lowly algae is the king of the bio-fuel systems for renewable energy resources. Check my site at sustainable-lake-county-oregon.com (the second page lower right side )for "Full Cycle Energy Utilization" for my take on algae production in conjunction with my Geothermal Agri-business concept.
Are you kidding its an honor to have you as a friend. I just wish I had funding to help you with your Algae Project. I read about that never ending oil supply. I wish you could come to our Chamber Business Expo on the 24th, Or maybe I can help you to promote it.
Keep up the good work.
I went to the 'Groups' page and typed 'algae' in the 'Search' box. The response was 61 entries with the 'AAABP' group being listed first. 7 comments made over a period of months relating to AAABP were referenced.
Thus, in answer to your question, I personally did not have a problem with accessing AAABP from the Groups page.
A message from Matt S to all members of American Assn. of Algae Biofuel Producers on PickensPlan!
Howdy Fellow AAABP Members,
Am I the only one who is having trouble finding our group on the groups page on the pickenplan website?