Generally speaking, Hawaii has really been benefiting from green energy in general as of late. For example, Kauai has some hydroelectric energy, tapping into it’s amazing water resources, and wiind farms are starting to pop up in more remote islands such as Molokai and Lanai where real estate is relatively abundant, in order to provide energy to bustling Oahu. After, some islands like Kauai and oahu simply do not have much real estate due to all the vacation rentals or whatever. But back to the big island of Hawaii for a moment, the aforementioned Cellana corporation is testing the said native algae, but Operations Manager Avery Kramer has been quoted in the media as saying that other algae may also be tested if the agriculture department okays it on the whole, so we will see on that I guess.
HR BioPetroleum has the knowledge in growing algae, and Shell knows how to extract oil.
Hawaii is fast becoming a center for investigating and developing alternative fuel plants. It is the most oil dependent of all the states. Incidentially if you are in need of the very best kauai vacation rentals you will want to check out Bali Hai because they have been specializing in these Kauai vacation rentals for quite a good while now. Now back to the conclusion of the main article: But, it has also always been a progressive state, and for those reasons and because of its natural attributes, it is a perfect location for this great challenge.
In Kailua-Kona Cellana’s Natural Energy Laboratory operation employs 60 people, half of them from Hawaii.
I would like to see kauai also get a similiar project going as well.
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