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Algae Markets

Algae Production Workshop - Fall 2018 
Where commercial algae producers collaborate

Call for Presentations
Commercial Production, New Algae Markets, 
Supply Channels and Pricing Strategies

Algae has proven to be a valuable sustainable feedstock for many different industries, It can be made into high-value nutraceutical Omega 3 EPA/DHA, cosmetics, food, animal feed, biofertilizer, biostimulants, bioplastics and potential fuels.

The National Algae Association is the first non-profit algae education and production trade association in the world. NAA supports commercially-minded algae researchers, algae producers and equipment companies in the US and throughout the world in commercial production.

Algae has been researched in the United States starting with the release of the first Carnegie Mellon algae study over 70 years ago. University algae research grant researchers have stated that “all algae technology hurdles had been met. It is all engineering and scale up going forward”.

Algae producers collect extensive amount of data in the cultivation, harvesting and extraction processes, improve scalability while keeping CAPEX low. Private industry along with private investment are moving our industry forward, taking on the learning curve of commercial scale-up and production - something that is not learned in the lab.

Our next Algae Production Workshop in the Fall of 2018 will be focused on commercial algae producers opening new markets, supply channels and pricing strategies for production of Omega 3 EPA/DHA - astaxanthin, Cosmetics, Food, Animal Feed, Biofertilizer, Bioplastics and potential Algae Biofuels.
Select commercial algae producers and stakeholders are invited to attend the next
Algae Production Workshop to be held this fall in The Woodlands, Texas. If you are in commercial algae production and interested in attending or presenting at our next event,
please contact: