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November 9, 2010

OriginOil Algae Hydrogen Production Same as Solar

Hydrogen Fuel Cars and Vehicles: "The algae to hydrogen system offers two more advantages. First, it can be self-sustaining by using some of the hydrogen to run through a fuel cell to create power for the production system and facility so that it will be grid independent. Another advantage is that algae absorbs CO2 making it a carbon sink cleaning the air as it produces H2...." Read More

November 9, 2010

Origin Hydrogen Harvester

Al Fin Energy: "Many advanced biofuels processes require additional hydrogen in order to complete the fuel synthesis. OriginOil has developed a means of converting light energy to hydrogen using algae..." Read More

November 8, 2010

Oil-From-Algae Startup Partners Up Down Under

Los Angeles Business Journal: "An L.A. startup developing a way to extract oil from algae has found its first paying customer. OriginOil Inc. recently announced a strategic partnership agreement with MBD Energy Ltd., an Australian technology company that helps clients reduce pollution by recycling carbon dioxide...." Read More

November 4, 2010

The 2010 US Elections: What You Thought

Biofuels Digest: "OriginOil CEO Riggs Eckelberry chimes in on defeat of Prop 23: 'AB 32 maintains the market certainty needed for investment, research and development of inventions, as well as jobs. Since its passage, clean tech venture capital in California has skyrocketed....'" Read More

November 3, 2010

Defeat of CA Proposition 23 a “Triumph”

Algae Industry Magazine: "On November 2, California voters rejected proposed Proposition 23, which would have suspended AB32’s emissions standards until unemployment drops. In response Riggs Eckelberry, CEO of OriginOil provided the following statement..." Read More

October 28, 2010

Prop. 23 Could Curtail California's Clean Energy Industry

Biomass Power and Thermal: "OriginOil Inc. President and CEO Riggs Eckelberry agrees with No on 23 that, if passed, the proposition stands to significantly—and negatively—impact the development of clean technology industries within the state." Read More

October 20, 2010

Riggs Eckelberry, CEO, OriginOil on Proposition 23

Oilgae: "Riggs notes, 'I love California, and we have great talent here. But until AB 32 is fully implemented, no one is purchasing the cleaner fuels here.'" Read More

October 20, 2010

OriginOil’s Riggs Eckelberry on CA Prop. 23

Algae Industry Magazine: "As CEO of OriginOil, a California-based clean energy company, Riggs Eckelberry sees Prop. 23 as a strategical error on the part of the few large oil companies..." Read More

October 20, 2010

Biofuels for Adams County?

The Peoples Defender: "There is a company in Los Angeles, California that seems to be having some success in this area. They are OriginOil...." Read More

October 7, 2010

California's Clean-Tech Industry is Booming but Threatened

Los Angeles Times: "More money is being invested in alternative energy start-ups here than anywhere else in the world. But the state's dominant position is threatened by Proposition 23 and competition from China." Read More

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