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Project Basics

Algaebiogas project is focused in algal-bacterial treatment of biogas digestate. We present the basics of the technology and our view of the market on these pages.

We will publish one-two page stories (at least one per month) related to AlgaeBioGas project to keep the website alive, invite search engines and keep potential customers visiting our web page. A non-exhaustive list of topics:

  1. Biogas & anaerobic digestion
  2. Biogas substrates
  3. Biogas plants (mesophylic, thermophylic)
  4. Biomethane (enriched biogas)
  5. Biomethane as a fuel
  6. Biomass to Biofuel conversion efficiency
  7. Biogas digestate: composition, use, logistics, processing
  8. Algal-bacterial wastewater treatment
  9. Are biofuel goals realistic?
  10. Yield per hectare
  11. Biomass - CO2 - O2
  12. CO2 capturing
  13. CO2 emissions, recycling, capturing, sequestration
  14. Cost of Oxygen
  15. Hydrogen and dark fermentation
  16. Biological mass & energy flow
  17. Cellulose as biofuel feedstock
  18. How much CO2 is produced from wastewater
  19. Active sludge: fertilizer, biogas substrate or toxic waste
  20. Anaerobic waste-water treatment
  21. Phosphate crisis
  22. Nutrient fate in nature
  23. Nutrient Cycles
  24. Nitrogen cycle
  25. Algae as biogas substrate
  26. Biogas market
  27. Biogas plants across EU
  28. Biogas Low Tech
  29. Biofuels: biodiesel, bioethanol, biomethane
  30. Bioplastics
  31. Biogas: energy producing vs. waste treatment
  32. Energy from waste
  33. End of waste directive
  34. Renewable Energy Sources
  35. Electrical Power - When and at what price
  36. Power storage
  37. Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) for Dummies
  38. Fertilization and soil fertility
  39. Logistics of fertilization
  40. Cation exchange capacity of soil
  41. Uses of algal biomass
  42. Algae in human nutrition
  43. Algae as animal feed
  44. Organic production of algae
  45. Other similar projects

General editorial policy: broad topics, proven facts referenced to scientific literature, opinions should be marked as such.