Carbon negative biofuel: The Digest’s 8-Slide Guide to Aljadix

July 26, 2016 |
Aljadix is developing carbon negative biofuel from microalgae feedstock.  It has required a substantial re-design of the biofuel process.  Using Sapphire Energy and Algae Systems as models, Aljadix developed an innovative sea-surface cultivation platform (using sea-water growth media) to expressly avoid the requirement for land and freshwater.  The platform is a combination of the “open raceway pond” and a photobioreactor.  Sometimes it is called  a “raceway bag”.  It is inexpensive, durable and globally scalable.  The thermodynamics based on solar capture drive a very positive ERoI.
 
Carbon negative biofuel is a novel negative emissions technology which is not widely recognized in the media or even in academic literature.
CEO Thomas Digby shared this overview presentation with The Digest.
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