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Australian Algae Biomass Association:

Australian Algae Biomass Association seeks to promote the use algae as a biofuel in Australia. Their is a number of projects which are being worked on in confidentiality with partners like AUSI, Australien Universal Space Industries & these involve new types of technology in algae production for the Australian & Asian markets.

Algae requires nutrients, sunlight & water to grow, algae thrive on saline, brackish and waste waters. Their have been proposals made where wastewater, sewage, human waste, animal waste & plant waste, along with C02 emissions from industrial process's can all be used as the nutrients in algaculture. In regards to the monoculture production of algae, wastewater, sewage, human waste, animal waste & plant waste, along with C02 emissions from industrial process's or just nutrients, would have to be piped or transported to algaculture farms. After oil is extracted from the algae, the algae residue is then used as a animal feedstock, soil fertiliser or nutraceutical.

In the 1970's algae based biofuels were found to be the most efficient biofuel, producing more oil than any other crop. Current international Biofuel outlines are stuck in 1930's research & findings.

Most efficient Biofuel crop yields, in order . . .

algae (open pond)
Copaifera langsdorffii
Millettia pinnata
oil palm
chinese tallow
coconut
avocado
brazil nuts
macadamia nuts
jatropha
jojoba
pecan nuts
castor beans
olives
rapeseed
opium poppy
peanut
cacao (cocoa)
sunflowers
tung tree
rice
safflower
sesame
camelina
mustard seed
coriander
pumpkin seed
euphorbia
hazelnuts
flax (linseed)
coffee
soybean
hemp
cotton
calendula
kenaf
lupin (lupine)
oats
cashew nut
maize (corn)

Note robotic machinery can cultivate biofuel crops, this is also known as (Precision agriculture).


Alot of work has been done all round the world developing prototype renewable energy technology . . .

Countries around the world are setting renewable energy targets & part of this renewable energy target involves biofuel production. Currently only 10% biofuel targets have been set in most countries, some countries like Europe, the United States & South America have set 20% biofuel target's hopefully with other countries following suit. Even if the world invests in algae based biofuel we will still only see 20% targets being reached or possibly 30% biofuel targets being reached at our current level of technology.

What this means is that we will have to eventually see 70% of fuel powered machinery being scrapped off the production line, this of cause includes cars. Unless of cause alternative propulsion systems are developed.




Alot of work has been done all round the world developing prototype renewable energy technology & most of these prototypes have been tested & have been put into use, achieving good results in energy outputs. Now is the time to begin to implement RREIC, (Robotic Renewable Energy Infrastructure Construction) & it will take awhile for the basic systems to be outlined by collectives of renewable energy experts & robotics experts from all round the world. We have seen what can be achieved but actually implementing the technology on a international scale will require robotic manufacturing & automation systems.

The following basic outline of renewable energy technology has already been put into use & note each of the following can be broken up into many forms of different technology.

Biofuel
Biomass
Geothermal
Hydroelectricity
Solar energy
Tidal power
Wave power
Wind power
Osmotic power
Marine current power
Ocean thermal energy conversion
Hydrogen extraction from the oceans

Electric propulsion is 20 times more efficient than liquid fuel or gas propulsion.

If we implement renewable energy infrastructure around the world & hope to meet 100% renewable energy targets, we can realize the creation of electric cars & electric machinery which will most likely be powered on road rails.


http://indymedia.org.au/2013/01/21/the- ... il-vehicle

Though other propulsion systems are also possible . . .

http://indymedia.org.au/2013/02/13/lase ... sportation

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Currently the major renewable energy project for the Australian continent involves solar thermal power utilizing heliostats.

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Australian Algae Biomass Association:

Australian Algae Biomass Association seeks to promote the use algae as a biofuel in Australia. Their is a number of projects which are being worked on in confidentiality with partners like AUSI, Australien Universal Space Industries & these involve new types of technology in algae production for the Australian & Asian markets.

If the Australian Algae Biomass Association's, human waste, sewage, wastewater & animal waste algae conversion technology is implemented on a international scale we can see approx (80 million tractors, trucks or cars) being powered by algae biomass, maybe even more, its also possible that this figure could rise with improved algae cultivation technologies such as utilizing CO2 & nutrient inputs into algaculture.

If the basic Australian Algae Biomass Association's, human waste, sewage, wastewater & animal waste algae conversion technology is implemented in Australia we can see approx 4 million vehicles being powered by our algae technology, its also possible that this figure could rise with improved algae cultivation technologies such as utilizing CO2 & nutrient inputs into algaculture. Note to run 4 million vehicles requires alot of algae fuel, we can estimate that the above could actually work out to be double or triple or maybe even more, so lets say we can produce enough algae fuel to run approx (4 million vehicles) if our current Australian Algae Biomass Association's, human waste, sewage, wastewater & animal waste algae conversion technology is implemented & lets say that we use 4 million vehicles to cultivate other biofuels like . . .

Copaifera langsdorffii
Millettia pinnata
oil palm
chinese tallow

Then we can start to see even more vehicles being powered by algae fuel, lets say (8 million million vehicles) as a low estimate. Remember that its also possible that this figure of (4 million to 8 million vehicles) could rise with improved algae cultivation technologies such as utilizing CO2 & nutrient inputs into algaculture, so this figure can rise to about (10 million to 14 million vehicles) all powered by algae fuel in Australia.

Glasshouse covered solar roads . . .

Australian Algae Biomass Association's have proposed that all roads should be covered with glasshouses so as to capture pollution from vehicles to feed into algaculture, the roofs of the glasshouses can be covered with solar panels to generate electricity as well.


http://www.indymedia.org.au/2011/08/13/ ... for-sydney

The oil refineries of the future will be made of glass tubes & they will cultivate algae.

https://www.google.com.au/search?q=algae+fuel&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=JvHrUumAPYeJkwXamIDYDg&sqi=2&ved=0CAcQ_AUoAQ&biw=1600&bih=1061

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AUSI, AUSI, AUSI, Australien Universal Space Industries

Australian Algae Biomass Association is working with AUSI, Australien Universal Space Industries & algae systems in the United States to implement the following technology.

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AUSI, AUSI, AUSI, Australien Universal Space Industries . . .

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AUSI, AUSI, AUSI, Australien Universal Space Industries . . .

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