Regenerating the ocean and driving defossilisation with seaweed
Enabling the transition to bio-based
energy, fertiliser and materials.
Algae Scope partners with industries and regions,
focusing on algae cultivation
AND the production of bioproducts
to achieve sustainable communities
and zero waste.
Ocean pollution is a threat to our health
GHG emissions are contributing to climate change
Fossil fuels account for 80% of energy production
Oceans are more acidic and high Co2 levels are killing fish and ecosystems. Up to 75 trillion pieces of microplastic pollute the ocean.
Resources are limited, and our water supplies, coastlines and economies are under threat.
Industries must meet ESG regulations and transition from fossil to bio-based solutions
Our carbon mitigation strategies and bio-based alternatives help to address global concerns relating to ocean pollution and fossil fuel dependency.
CIRCULAR SUPPLY CHAIN
OCEAN ALGAE FARM
creates sustainable fuels and materials
ALGAE SCOPE'S SOLUTIONS
IN 2 STEPS
FROM BLUE CARBON
Natural carbon sink, listed as a promising climate
change solution by the
World Resources Institute
Heavy metals absorption
Produces oxygen and
attracts marine life
jobs for fishing industry
1.500 t of a new generation
28.5000 t of biofuel blend
Biomass for fertilisers
Bioplastic, building material and other
biomaterials and fibres
A natural resource from the sea with regenerative and cost-effective properties
Part of the seaweed family, macroalgae are multi-cell organisms that range in size and form.
The smallest seaweeds are just a few millimeters, but they can grow up to fifty meters in size.
They exist in three main categories - green, brown, and red algae - and have a wide range of valuable uses and benefits.
SUPERPOWERS OF ALGAE
EFFECTIVE CO2 ABSORPTION CAPACITY
5-50X > TREES
CARBON CREDITS MARKET GROWTH
(15x BY 2030)
2Bn$ to 50Bn$
MACROALGAE MARKET GROWTH
MARKET PROJECTED TO DOUBLE BY 2030
9 Bn$ to 18 Bn$
MAXIMISE HIGH-VALUE PRODUCTS AND USE EVERY PART OF ALGAE
NO LAND OR FRESHWATER NEEDED TO CULTIVATE
BIOMASS DOES NOT COMPETE WITH FOOD CHAIN