Urban Algae Rocks
What a contrast between the climate change talks in Doha (disappointing) and our initiative in Paris (exciting).
The Chicago Tribune wrote:
While governments discuss new environmental policies at the Doha Climate Change Conference, private industry is also looking to the future with new technologies to produce clean, inexpensive power. American company OriginOil has joined forces with French firm Ennesys to develop a process that converts wastewater from commercial buildings into energy.
Thank you to the Ennesys team for a job well done!
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More News On The Way
We're all getting ready for the holidays, but we're not done with important developments in what has been an amazing year so far.
So... stay tuned.
And stay warm, stay relaxed, and enjoy your family and friends in this season of love.
Riggs and team
President & CEO
OriginOil, Inc. (OOIL)
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