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National Algae Association Announces Speakers for Workshop at University of Southern California

National Algae Association Announces Speakers for its Algae Production and Networking Conference on January 30, 2012, at University of Southern California, University Park Campus

 
PRLog - Jan. 18, 2012 - In addition to an update on NAA's Algae Production Incubator in Tamina and a tour of the OriginOil facility, BARD will discuss A Distributed Production Platform for Algae Bioproducts, MerckMillipore will present Going from Research into Production, Fluid Imaging Technologies will present "Algal Production Monitoring of Viability and Predators using Imaging Flow Cytometery" and CBO Financial will discuss "Financing Growing, Harvesting & Extraction Facilities” that will include discussions of USDA guarantee programs, New Markets Tax Credits, DOE programs and other useful tools for successfully financing projects, along with the financing process and the need for independent feasibility studies & business plans to qualify for USDA guarantees.  

NAA events focus on open collaborative efforts to make this emerging industry a successful one.  As one NAA event attendee put it, "I've been going to conferences for over 30 years - you have taken collaboration to new heights!  Keep it up!"  Other comments include:  "All they talk about at other conferences is what needs to be done - NAA isn't just talking about it - it's getting it done!"  "I always come to NAA events  because there are always results"  "Other events discuss research and what's happening in Washington - your events always showcase the progress we're making towards creating this new algae production industry."   Don't miss the opportunity to be a part of the latest in commercial algae production.

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NAA's mission is to fast track commercialization of algae as an alternative fuel to reduce US dependency on foreign oil and to create jobs in the US by putting algae researchers, algae growers, farmers and producers, and equipment manufacturers together

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Country:United States
Industry:Energy, Government, Business
Tags:algae, algae production, algae conference, biofuel, biomass, alternative energy, Commercialization
Last Updated:Jan 18, 2012
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