80 Years of Algae Research
There is a huge learning curve between what takes place in a lab and scaling-up production. Only through real collaboration between research and private industry the algae industry moves forward. NAA members understand the needs and requirements of the commercial algae production industry. Writing more white papers, searching for the next research grant is useful but in order to create value in any
algae technology it must be proven to the algae production industry and investment community must
be working in a commercial setting. It takes a variety of research and business disciplines to be successful. The algae industry is only interested in algae production technologies that are proven outside the lab, scalable and have and economically feasible to enhance existing commercial production methods.
Algae Production Industry
NAA is the first non-profit algae industry trade association in the US and the world. We provide platforms for commercially-minded algae researchers, production technologies and equipment companies a projected $3.4 billion dollar industry.
Photobioreactor Challenge 2021
NAA strives to identify the best commercial closed loop photobioreactors (PBRs) on the market today for the commercial cultivation of botryococcus braunii, chlamydomonas reinhardtii, chlorella, dunaliella, haematococcus pluvialis, nannochloropsis, spirulina, spirulina blue (phycocyanin) or scenedesmus. Click hereandabd
Algae Biomass Exchange(tm)
- Updated Monthly -
Join the Algae Biomass Exchange a meeting place
for qualified algae/seaweed producers and potential off-takers. Samples, tonnage
with COA's available.
Past Algae Articles
2020 Algae Year In Review
2019 Algae Year in Review
2018 Interest in DOE Algae Biomass Program/BETO technologies diminishes after decades of research proved
they don't have any technologies scalable outside the lab in demonstration or pilot tests.
2017 Algae Year in Review
Algae Research Humor
Collaboration between universities, colleges, private Industry and new algae start-ups
The world's first online
Algae Production Certification Program for students and private industry focusing on
all aspects of commercial algae production industry.
Contact for starting dates.
What should you expect from Algae Production
Collaboration and open, honest conversation about commercial algae production methods and remediation technologies from people who are doing it, not talking about it and not dreaming about the latest, greatest new algae research project that are not out of the lab yet or projects that can’t be verified.
The algae industry today is being built by commercially minded algae researchers proven algae production technologies from private industry along with private investment.
Call for Presentations
The National Algae Association next webinar will focus on algae technologies proven outside the lab, scalable and economically feasible to enhance existing commercial algae production methods and forming new strategic relationships. We extend invitations to all algaepreneurs(tm) interested in presenting and sharing information, experiences and challenges in algae cultivation, harvesting and extraction of high value Omega 3 EPA/DHA astaxanthin, cosmetics, pigments, food, feeds, biofertilizer and new bioplastics.
Sequestration and utilization
It takes approximately 1.4 tons of CO2 to produce 1 ton of algae biomass for products.
Home of the Algaepreneur (tm)
Examples of algae cultivation systems
(Closed-loop horizontal and vertical photobioreactors - materials, volumes, and footprints vary)
Examples of algae pastes and powders
New Algae Products Showcase