Integrated greenhouse-biomass system produces several products to sustain itself

August 27, 2012
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The Algae Aqua-Culture Technology 'Stoltze Green Power House' in Montana. (Images from the project's website and Facebook page.)
The Algae Aqua-Culture Technology 'Stoltze Green Power House' in Montana. (Images from the project's website and Facebook page.)
Organic veggies, soil amendments, algae, electricity, CO2 and heat are all being created at Algae Aqua-Culture Technology’s self-sustaining and renewable ‘Stoltze Green Power House’ in Montana.



For more on the highly-integrated system with its 5,000-ft2 dome, visit here.

A schematic of the system from the company website:

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