Despite their high potential, the large-scale algal biomass production technologies are not popular because the systems for biomass production, separation, drainage, and conversion into energy carriers are difficult to explicitly assess and balance, considering the ecological and economical concerns.Most of the studies presented in the literature have been carried out on a small, laboratory scale. This significantly limits the possibility of obtaining reliable data for a comprehensive assessment of the efficiency of such solutions. The algae industrial revolutions have proved to be a significant step to realize the growing need for energy and achieving the sustainable development,
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Gabriel Acien – Professor Titular de Universidad en Universidad de Almería, Spain