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Growing algae using a reactor

Algae is becoming increasingly popular as many scientists see it as a solution to global issues. Algae has a multitude of uses in various industries, and its application is endless. Industrialisation and use are limited because of small growth. At Lgem, we provide a solution. With a bioreactor, you can cultivate large quantities of algae faster, easier, and more successfully.

Growing algae

Many investors are turned off by the amount of investment required to grow algae. We can improve the investment by finding a less costly method to cultivate and grow algae. Using AlgaeHUB, you can get a wide range of services to help you optimise your business and cultivation efforts. Assistance is also provided for those who want to utilise the full potential of these algaes. At Lgem, photobioreactors are used to produce algaes. This process is both cheaper and more efficient. Production can be carried out at any scale. The bioreactor makes the algaes grow quicker and in larger amounts, making it much easier to cultivate them. Since the Dutch bioreactor algaes employed at Lgem are non-toxic and have a very low failure rate, they are considered a very interesting investment for companies.


Our advanced technologies allow you to witness the procedures at work at the AlgaeHUB, situated near Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. You may see how Lgem’s bioreactor algae is produced from 25 to 10,000 litres using our newest methods at the AlgaeHUB. You can also see how you can enhance the production of these algae with your existing system. We provide services to optimize your current system.


Cost reducing

Lgem’s system reduces the cost of producing alga by more than 80 percent and increases efficiency by 70 percent. Lgem’s technology may also be used on commercial scales. Algae production facilities and optimise the production process. Lgem’s team specialises in engineering, planning, and realising alga production that operates as efficiently as possible. Alga may be converted back into renewable energy. The oil contained in the alga may be used as biogas. Algae already generate up to 20 tons of biofuel annually per hectare. Since alga consume CO2, the CO2 released during the operation of a power plant may also be reused as food for the plant. This avoids the emission of additional greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. We are creating a new renewable energy form using alga that is very good for the environment through this application.


Using bioreactor algae to harvest algae still consumes a great deal of energy and manpower. The system is generally much more efficient when harvesting algae using bioreactors. Working on bioreactor algae research and experimentation is crucial to improve on the system even more. There is a future for algae, and Lgem is committed to it. For more information, visit