The Climate Spectator has a post on another proposed algae production plant in Australia - Team Biofuel.
Australia’s Algae.Tec says it has signed a deal to build its proposed algae harvesting and production facility at the Nowra ethanol plant of Manildra Group, the largest ethanol producer in Australia. Algae.Tec executive chairman Roger Stroud said the algae photo-reactors would be sited next to the main facility and take a carbon dioxide feed from the main ethanol fermenters.
“Algae.Tec is one of only a few advanced biofuels companies with a technology designed to grow algae on an industrial scale," says Stroud. "The photo-reactors are currently being assembled at the company’s USA headquarters, in Atlanta, Georgia." Algae.Tec says its enclosed module systems occupy less than one tenth the land footprint of pond growth options.