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November 26, 2013

OriginOil Algae Screen verified by academics

BiofuelsDigest: "The researcher, who intends to publish a peer-reviewed paper on the process, found that the Algae Screen prototype required less than 0.1 watt-hour of electricity per gallon of treated water." Read More

November 25, 2013

OriginOil’s Algae Screen verified by St. Cloud U.

Algae Industry Magazine: "lgae Screen specifications and product information are available at its product page. The price of $5,900 plus shipping includes remote consultation with Jose Sanchez Piña, OriginOil’s vice president of quality assurance and services, to adapt the system to the customer’s strain, processing flow and growth conditions. Discounts are available for volume purchases." Read More

November 17, 2013

AIM Interview: Jose Sanchez Piña

Algae Industry Magazine: "Currently Vice President of QA & Services at OriginOil Inc., Jose Sanchez Piña is a veteran in the design and field operation of open pond, photobioreactor and dark-growth algae production systems, as well as an experienced executive in product and intellectual property development. An expert in the commercialization of algae, he designed Mexico’s first biodiesel plant and advised Mexican lawmakers in the creation of the country’s biofuel industry." Read More

November 1, 2013

OriginOil triples capacity of entry-level algae harvester

Green Car Congress: "The EWS Algae unit, now designated as Model 12, offers reduced energy consumption due to an improved design that reduces electrical resistance and boosts harvesting performance." Read More

November 1, 2013

The New Age of Marine Nutraceuticals

Nutraceuticals World: "Astaxanthin, which gives salmon and flamingos their pink color, could be a huge market on its own, according to statements by OriginOil, Los Angeles, CA, and Garden State bioEnterprises (GSbioE), Woodbine, NJ. Bolstered by findings from Oilgae, a research firm in Tamil Nadu, India, they forecasted worldwide astaxanthin sales of nearly $2 billion by 2020, with uses in antioxidant nutraceuticals, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and food coloring." Read More

October 31, 2013

OriginOil Launches Electro Water Separation Model 12; Tripling Entry-Level Algae Harvester Capacity

Bio Based Digest: "In California, OriginOil announced it has tripled the capacity of its entry-level algae harvester from four to twelve liters per minute at no additional cost, with improved energy efficiency. It has been dubbed the EWS Algae A12, achieving its energy efficiency with an improved design that reduces electrical resistance and boosts harvesting performance." Read More

October 29, 2013

OriginOil Launches EWS Model 12 Algae Harvester

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

October 29, 2013

Ennesys buys OriginOil’s non-core patents

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

October 29, 2013

OriginOil Launches Electro Water Separation Model 12

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

October 29, 2013

OriginOil introduces Electro Water Separation Model 12

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

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