MasseReaction’s World Patented ViPARTM technology can clean up virtually all (90%+) of the CO2, Mercury, and many other pollutants from any modern coal or gas fired electric power plant. It is then converted into hundreds of millions of gallons (billions of litres) of Drop-In Renewable Liquid Transportation Fuels such as Jet, Diesel, and non-food sourced Ethanol; all of which are cheaper than open market priced fossil based fuels.
Indoor Vertical Farming
The ViPARTM (Vertically Integrated Photo Array Reactor) is a photobioreactor capable of growing industrial quantities of algae in a perfectly controlled environment. That environment is a modularized, vertically stackable, in-door housed, photobioreactor that can perfectly control light distribution to the center of each reactor core (tube). Current ViPARTM technology provides for a stacking height of over 50 feet (15 metres).
Light is distributed to the ViPARTM through fiber optic cables from a remote lighting source (solar/artificial hybrid) and transmitted through the reactor growth chamber tubes; the walls of these tubes are the light emitting elements themselves.
This patented feature allows perfect control of temperature, light frequency and intensity. This level of control makes ViPARTM the perfect environment for algae cells to grow.
Each one of these features represents a revolutionary break through in the history of photobioreactor development.
ViPARTM is patented around the world, and has never had to defend a single claim in any patent office anywhere in the world. This is a rare occurrence in the Patenting Industry, and we are very proud of this solid scientific foundation.
ViPARTM science is clean, invest-able science.
Algae, through photosynthesis, add energy by capturing photons from the Sun. At the lowest level of lighting inefficiency (artificial use only) the algae provide a positive system energy balance by about 35% (such as might be found in Alaska during the winter months).
Once the algae are grown, the cell walls are split and the sub-components of the algae are separated; specifically these components are lipids (oil), cytoplasm (sugar) and the cell wall itself (protein).
These sub components are transformed via standard practices into Drop-In Renewable Jet, Diesel (via Fischer Tropsch processing) and Ethanol (via distillation).