News & Events
30 Apr 2012
Nigerian, Israeli, Belgian Collaboration On Algal Biofuel
November 3, 2011
Israeli companies such as UniVerve in the lead to crack the algae fuel challenge
May 6th, 2012
UniVerve Chooses Microalgae For Award-Winning Biofuel Business
Biofuel is increasingly recognized as the near- medium- and long term substitute to petroleum-based fuels in aircraft, automobiles, ships and industry because they can be used immediately, without replacement of engines or distribution infrastructure.
Microalgae, which can produce sugars and oils as feedstock (raw material) for various types of biofuels, are the premiere source for feedstock. As a young industry, microalgae-to-biofuel production faces challenges that are now being addressed by UniVerve.
UniVerve develops a microalgae-to-oil process that addresses the major technological obstacles associated with providing cost-effective and high-quality oil as feedstock for biofuel through microalgae aquaculture.
UniVerve has focused on developing the most economically-viable process, designed to combine biology and engineering in the most efficient way, bringing together all of the components required to offer a complete solution to its partners and customers.
Univerve BioFuel On Channel 2 News