GREENBACKS: Even in hot, sunny places like Florida, there are still seasons when production slows down due to weather.
PHOTO: ERIK KELLAR PHOTOGRAPHY
The clear plastic bags used in the direct-to-ethanol technology look like giant hanging
When that process is complete, a simple centrifuge is used for separation. Spent algae goes one way and liquid goes another. Next comes a two-step ethanol
A Florida algae-to-ethanol operation is poised to go commercial scale
Author: Holly Jessen
Managing Editor, Ethanol Producer Magazine
We need as many ways to produce fuels as possible.
We should be very happy with each new one that happens.
Remember there are already many ways to produce Hydrogen & Ethanol.