Driven by climate change concerns and the rising cost of petroleum-based energy, companies and government entities are developing the use of biofuels derived from algae to reduce carbon emissions from power plants and generate renewable transportation fuels.
Algae is one of the most promising sources of biodiesel as it is biodegradable and can be produced using ocean and waste water without depleting fresh water resources.
The Global Algae Biodiesel World 2015 examines the vast global market potential of biofuel from algae. It explores the technology, new research, and knowledge for developing this next-generation biofuel. This is a programmed where you shall study & learn the ALGAE System in totality from the top Algae scientists, experts and technologists
CJP provides you a single platform, the best expertise to discuss and analyze the present and future dynamics of ALGAE from a technological and economic angle.
Biofuels have received considerable attention recently. This attention stems from many factors, some of which are recent developments in boofuels production technology, the quest for independence from foreign oil, reduction in emissions and greenhouse gases and an improvement in the local economy. Additionally, government supports in the form of research grants for technology development, tax incentives and mandates have made boifuels more attractive than before. Not only is energy consumption expected to expand significantly by 2030, but alteration of the fuel mix to reduce reliance on fossil fuels is considered vital to the reduction of greenhouse house gases, which means that the market for environmental assets, renewable energy and clean technologies is truly global. The combination of these factors presents an opportunity for the construction of a diverse, balanced, lucrative portfolio of Biodiesel Properties and carbon assets.
Algae are one of the most promising feedstocks for future bio-diesel production. The advantageous points about algae are their widespread availability, higher oil yields and pressure on cultivated land for production of biodiesel is reduced. Thus, algae will be the future of fuel. Algae as a fuel source are incredible. Some types of algae are made up of 50% oil, which can be made into biofuel more economically. Theoretically, algae can yield between 1,000 to 20,000 gallons of oil per acre, depending on the specific strain. That is enormous productivity as compared with agricultural based biofuels. Scalability is seen as its greatest advantages, as a number of key industry players are gearing up their operations to meet the opportunity. Algae biodiesel have the added advantage of utilizing nonfood-based feedstock, with the abilities to grow on no arable land and utilize a wide variety of water resources including wastewater and seawater.
CJP’s Algae Biodiesel World 2015 focuses on the entire algae production from lab to scale. Topics are carefully selected to cover the Biology, Engineering, Marketing and Financial aspects of algae commercialization. CJP is recognized as an important platform for productive exchanges among the Academic, Commercial and Investment communities
Join us at this unique knowledge platform to share the latest information on:
- What opportunities do algae have to offer in the coming decades?
- Why is there such a high level of interest for algae at this point of time?
- What influence and position will algae take over ten years in the global economy?
- The Past, Present and Future of Algae Production
- Commercializing Algae Biodiesel: Prospects and Priorities
- Algae Growing, Harvesting and Extraction Technologies
- Scaling Up Algae Production to Commercially Viable Levels
- Optimizing Efficiency in Algae Harvesting and Dewatering
- Identifying and Creating the Ideal Strain
- Algae Carbon Values: Perspectives from The Carbon Market
- Developing a low cost novel & High Productivity Enclosed Hybrid System for algae farming for oil
- Demonstration of Algae Photo bioreactor and Biodiesel Making
CJP’s Algae Biodiesel World 2015 shall Highlights the updated research and technology on algae biodiesel from around the World Algae Experts will meet to reveal the latest developments in algae research, the newest harvesting, dewatering and modification techniques, and tell how the process can be scaled up.
CJP’s Algae Biodiesel World 2015 will provide an excellent opportunity to the investors, entrepreneurs, biodiesel companies, renewable fuel experts, their associates and academia to share their experiences and knowledge on Algae Biodiesel. It will give them an excellent opportunity to know more about the latest research and developments in the fields of algae mass production systems, photo bioreactor technologies and other important areas of Algae Biodiesel Industry. The Programme would cover all the topics related to Algae Biodiesel Industry with live demo of algae harvesting.
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