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Algae Industry Magazine: "The available intelligent power management system can take readings via sensors on parameters such as salinity, temperature, pH and algal density, to better manage and dispense energy to achieve optimum algal harvest." Read More

New Energy World Net: "Ennesys, based in Nanterre, France, is to acquire three of the company’s early patent applications..." Read More

Global Energy World: "OriginOil VP of quality assurance and services Jose Sanchez unveiled the new harvester’s improved capacity, energy efficiency and available intelligent power management, as well as its ability to remove bacteria without harming the algae crop, at a presentation made at the recently concluded Algae Biomass Summit 2013." Read More

Energy Business Revew: "The new system's improved design reduces electrical resistance and enhances harvesting performance, and ultimately reduces energy consumption, while the available intelligent power management system via sensors takes readings such as salinity, temperature, pH and algal density, to help achieve optimum algal harvest." Read More

Water Technology,net: "Ennesys has agreed to repay OriginOil's research and development (R&D) costs apart from an ongoing licensing fee on revenue from the patents." Read More

Algae Industry Magazine: "OriginOil, Inc. has announced that it has agreed to transfer three of its early patent applications to its French joint venture, Ennesys." Read More

Green Technology World: "OriginOil, Inc., a provider of water cleanup technology for the oil and gas, algae, and other water industries, has signed its first pay-per-barrel agreement with Industrial Systems, Inc., or ISI, a provider of construction services and solutions, for a water treatment system integrating OriginOil's process as the first stage of treatment." Read More

Le Figaro: "French president made a special visit to Ennesy near Paris where OriginOil algae tech turns waste into energy!" Read More

October 10, 2013

Let’s Invest In Water

Seeking Alpha: "OriginOil water clean-up tech offers a powerful impact on global clean water investment." Read More

Clean Technica: "That’s just the tip of the algae biofuel picture in the US. Major oil companies like Exxon and Chevron have dabbled in algae biofuel but the real muscle is coming from algae-centric companies like Neste as well as Sapphire Energy, OriginOil, and Solazyme." Read More

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