Tag: BARD

Solutions4CO2, BARD establish Candian microalgae JV

Solutions4CO2, BARD establish Candian microalgae JV

April 13, 2012 |

In Canada, Solutions4CO2 has entered into a joint venture with BARD holding to co-develop waste gas/water to co-products facilities in Canada. The initial phase of the joint venture will establish a 50,000 sq. ft. research and development facility at Sarnia’s Bluewater Energy Park. The two companies intend to construct a waste gas/water to co-product facility, […]

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On the Move in Biofuels: BARD Holding

On the Move in Biofuels: BARD Holding

October 14, 2011 |

In Pennsylvania, BARD Holding named Charles A. Clerecuzio as Chief Operating Officer.  Prior to joining Bard, Mr. Clerecuzio was Senior Consultant and Vice President, PharmBio & Chemicals for AMEC, a FTSE 100 global engineering and consultancy company.

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BARD, OriginOil partner for algal biofuels "end-to-end solution"

BARD, OriginOil partner for algal biofuels "end-to-end solution"

[ 0 ] May 9, 2011 |

In Pennsylvania, BARD and OriginOil have formed a co-venture for technology development, focusing on BARD’s BA 1000, a patent-pending modular system of Photo BioReactors (PBRs) to cultivate algae at commercial scale, and OriginOil’s harvesting and extraction technology. OriginOil’s breakthrough technology has led it to focus efforts on harvesting and extraction. “OriginOil’s harvesting and extraction technology […]

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Bard, ABS form algae JV in Georgia, appoint CEO

Bard, ABS form algae JV in Georgia, appoint CEO

[ 0 ] April 29, 2011 |

In Pennsylvania, Bard Holding Inc. and Algae Bioenergy Solutions announced a joint venture to develop an algae production facility in Augusta, Georgia. The new venture called BARD-ABS (JV) Inc., successfully launched the project with phase-one funding and initial management team integration.  Richard Wilson, was appointed CEO for the joint venture. Ground breaking for the new […]

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Excalibur: Mighty Claims, Mighty Prizes, and the problem of myth in bioenergy

Excalibur: Mighty Claims, Mighty Prizes, and the problem of myth in bioenergy

[ 0 ] March 22, 2011 |

Deluged by biofuels invention, we all struggle to separate the real from the surreal There are no shortage of reasons why high-yield biofuels, particularly microalgae, continue to fascinate practically everyone in the pursuit of alternative energy.  Carbon fixation, water remediation, and local economic opportunity are among the many offered fruits. But those exotic yields, and […]

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