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GNE Global Natural Energy Ltd signs JV for 250 acre commercial farm in Karnataka, India for biofuel algae

GNE Global Natural Energy Ltd. is an algae tech company with unique systems to grow algae commercially for energy and food. The Company was founded by top experts in the plant and algae field after several years of research and development to create affordable and viable algae biofuel systems.

Microalgae are cultivated commercially for human nutritional products around the world in several dozen small- to medium-scale production systems, producing a few tens to several hundred tons of biomass annually. Total world commercial micro-algal biomass production is estimated at about 10,000 tons per year.

GNE-India is a wholly owned subsidiary of World Health Energy Holdings, Inc., a public holding company operating in the alternative energy sector.World Health Energy Holdings, Inc. is an emerging renewable energy and biofuel company. The company will produce, sub-license and market high-quality, low cost B100 Biodiesel to replace traditional fossil fuels with proprietary algae biofuel systems.

According to this report, GNE-India, has signed a letter of intent with Prakash Anthony via a joint venture to install a 250 acre commercial farm on premises located in the Ramanagara District of Karnataka, India in order to produce fish feed and Algal Oil. The initial project will consist of a 2.5 acre system known as the GB3000, an Algae Enhancement Technology used for growing algae.

World Health Energy Holdings, Inc. has formulated a business plan focused on biofuels produced from algae, which boasts substantially higher yields in comparison to ethanol derived from corn, rapeseed, jatropha and palm oil. The company also works with visionary enterprises in the multi-billion dollar renewable energy arena producing progressive, broad-based solutions for better physical, nutritional and environmental health worldwide.

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