The Issues

For years scientists have been experimenting with bacteria in an effort to solve the dual problems of global warming and renewable energy, a result of the overuse of fossil fuels and the need to develop alternative fuel supplies.

Algae in their many forms already produce up to 80% of the world’s oxygen through the process of sequestration of CO2 from the atmosphere. This is an established and well-known part of the eco-system. Concurrently, the biofuel community has always had the expectation that biofuels would one day play a significant role in our energy future. There has been much scientific research that leads in this direction. The major problems encountered, ones not hitherto overcome, are that global warming and renewable energy, a result of the use of fossil fuels, and the need to develop alternative fuel supplies.

  1. to exploit the known science vast tracts of land or sea have had to be employed, and
  2. the algae employed has typically simply died before the end of the process.

In summary, the processes employed to date have been wasteful in both resources and space, and inefficient.

GreenCell Research Pty Limited has invented and patented a process that overcomes these problems: the process is compact, efficient and measurable.