[p2p-research] P2P Carbon trading - stage one

Eugen Leitl eugen at leitl.org
Thu Nov 19 17:36:41 CET 2009

On Thu, Nov 19, 2009 at 10:11:00AM -0500, Samuel Rose wrote:

> To be fair, it would not be that difficult to create a low cost algae
> sequestering system for individual use. There's a business opportunity
> right there (if the governments of the world allowed individuals to
> sell this capacity).

Consider rooftop flue gas scrubbing and human phosphate/nitrate
regeneration, *and* animal feed (e.g. for fish aquaculture). Win/win/win.

You can yield some 15-19 g of chlorella or scenedesmus/m^2/day at least,
arguably more since flue gas has high CO2 concentrations. At 100 m^2
this is some 1-2 kg of quality biomass/day.
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