Making algae biofuels and interest has grown considerably over the past decade. This is due to concerns about oil scarcity, energy security, sustainability and the ever increasing costs. Major research institutions and energy companies often dominate the space.
However, David Sieg has devoted much of his life to creating biofuels from algae and through his publications shares his knowledge of make algae biofuel at home and small scale projects.
The guide books explain the “down and dirty” guided steps to determine if algae locally has potential to bear oil, and if the local variety can’t do the job, insight into purchasing high yield algae strains.