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RWE Photobioreactor

RWE PhotobioreactorRWE’s revolutionary large scale bioreactor, the RWE Photobioreactor, is at the heart of the project. This patent pending bioreactor consists of three primary components: a vertical pond, automated pro...
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Aventura Equities, Inc. Finalized The Acquisition Of A Majority Of Renewed World Energy

McHenry, Illinois- March 10, 2010: Aventura Equities, Inc., (OTC Pink: AVNE) has acquired a majority interest in Renewed World Energies, Inc. of Georgetown, South Carolina, thereby shifting its focus...
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Featured articles

Commercially-viable photobioreactor launched

Renewed World Energies claims world first by Helen Tunnicliffe October 14, 2009 A SOUTH Carolina f...
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Company Developing Algae Farm & Power Plant

October 14, 2009 Renewed World Energies Corp. is working on turning a 5 acre site into an algae bio...
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Articles

Commercially-viable photobioreactor launched

By: Helen Tunnicliffe

A SOUTH Carolina firm has unveiled what it says is the world’s first commercially-viable, fully-automated algal photobioreactor for the production of biofuels.

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RWE plans to generate electricity from algae diesel

By: Susanne Retka Schill

Renewed World Energies Corp. has begun work on a five-acre site to turn algae biomass into green diesel and electricity at Georgetown, S.C., with a goal of being in production by late 2010. Between three and four acres of photobioreactors are planned to produce algae-based fuels to generate electrical energy. “The quickest way for generating revenues is in producing electricity,” said Rick Armstrong, co-founder of RWE. He and fellow co-founder Tim Tompkins unveiled their system at the Algae Biomass Summit in San Diego, Calif., the first week of October.

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Company Developing Algae Farm & Power Plant

Renewed World Energies Corp. is working on turning a 5 acre site into an algae biomass farm that will make biodiesel as well as producing electricity at Georgetown, South Carolina with hopes of being in production by late next year.

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Renewed World Energies Raising Up To $10M For Algae-To-Energy

By: Mara Lemos Stein

Renewed World Energies Inc. is seeking up to $10 million from a $15 million total equity offering to build the first commercial facility deploying its algae-to-energy technology in South Carolina, company executives told Clean Technology Insight.

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Algae Enhancing the Market and Going Beyond Energy Alternatives:
Delivery May Not Be As Far As Projected

By: Melanie Klausner

NEW YORK - It’s no secret that world-wide dependency on oil has reached an all time high. Since oil is a finite, non-renewable and heavily relied upon resource, the race to discover viable alternatives is hotter than ever. Still, the promise of an alternative and potentially clean energy source has been slow and steady. New biofuels emerge almost weekly and everything from wind and solar power to corn and soybean oil has been tapped as the next “environmentally-sound” solution.

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Renewed World Energies Unveils Microalgae Facility
Industrial Environment
Aug 1 2009


Six years ago, Richard Armstrong and Tim Tompkins, determined and passionate to thwart American dependency on foreign oil, embarked on a new venture.

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Five Companies That Are Turning Algae Into Energy
BY Ariel Schwartz
Jul 30 2009

We recently received a press release from a fledging company called Renewed World Energies claiming that it has created the first commercially viable algae-processing system.

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Algae Enhancing the Market and Going Beyond Energy Alternatives: Delivery May Not Be as Far as Projected
By MELANIE KLAUSNER
June 3 2009

It's no secret that world-wide dependency on oil has reached an all time high. Since oil is a finite, non-renewable and heavily relied upon resource, the race to discover viable alternatives is hotter than ever.

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