The solar energy conversion into biogas by increasing the performance of microalgae production systems and anaerobic digestion systems thanks to the development of early-warning signals for improved systems monitoring and control.
On November the 24th, a team from the Institute of Marine Sciences (ICM-CSIC) in Barcelona (Spain) visited the facilities of University of Almería (UAL) in Almería (Spain), where the experimental facilities for microalgal cultivation are located.
Microalgae have been proposed as an alternative to conventional processes for the supply of foods and feeds, biomaterials and biofuels, and including for wastewater treatment and capture of CO2 from flue gases.
There is a long way before the world fully adopts, if possible, to net-zero emission. The International Energy Agency (IEA) recently published its report (click here to view the report or download from the link below) of a pathway to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, no matter how narrow the path, it is expected to bring huge benefits.
We, at Prodigio, are doing our part to contribute to the fight against climate change and the health of our environment. So should you! Let’s work together to give the future generation a clean and healthy future.
We are pleased to announce the start of an EU-funded project where its goal is to develop new technologies (or knowledge) to increase microalgae biomass production; hence advance the research for more sustainable bio-fuels.
En enero de este año ha comenzado el proyecto europeo PRODIGIO, en el que participa la Universidad de Almería, que en los próximos tres años espera dar un impulso a la producción de microalgas a escala industrial.