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2018

17
Apr

USDA VAPG Planning Project Completed

The end of the first quarter of 2018 marked the completion of GSR's farm partner's planning project for the production of fertilizer. Cooperative efforts to regionalize the effort are in discussion with leadership at Newtrient, a dairy co-operative, and individual co-op members.


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2017

19
Dec

The Homeland Defense & Security Information Analysis Center: Algal Biofuel Industry Resilience

GSR Solutions provides insightful analysis into biofuel R&D and the implementation of an efficient stream of algal biofuel to power transportation.

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2016

17
Nov

The Citizen VT: A New Approach to Handling Manure Effluent

GSR Solutions LLC includes farm technology partnerships among its technology projects to reduce nutrients like nitrogen and phosphorus.

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28
Oct

VT Digger: GSR Developing Fertilizer with Farm Partner

Across rural America, cooperatives have helped farmers and small businesses band together to accomplish more than they could on their own.

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30
Mar

GSR Solutions Among 34 Selected in US Nutrient Recycling Challenge

EPA received 75 concept papers from around the world in Phase I, and selected 34 submissions to continue on to Phase II of the challenge.

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2015

11
Sep

Conservation Law Foundation: Can Cows, Manure, and Algae All Add Up to Clean Water? Lessons from Charlotte, Vermont

Innovation continues to thrive in the Green Mountain State. The Nordic Farm is looking at using algae to turn manure and other biological waste into fuel and fertilizer.

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03
Sep

Vermont Biz: Advanced Biofuel and Fertilizer Project Update

An innovative new process pioneered by Burlington-based GSR Solutions has the potential to reduce nitrogen and phosphorus runoff into our lakes and streams while creating a liquid biofuel that can be used to heat our homes, power our vehicles, and fly our planes.

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03
Sep

Burlington Free Press: Energy from manure-fed algae project gets boost

CHARLOTTE – A long-simmering project to wring fuel and electricity from manure-fed algae at a Charlotte dairy farm warmed up Thursday with the announcement of a key partnership with Vermont's largest power utility.

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03
Sep

TV Channel 3 WCAX: VT scientists test a new wave of cow power

CHARLOTTE, Vt. - Vermont scientists believe they may have the next wave of cow power. That is taking byproducts of manure and turning them into fuel.

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03
Sep

ABC 22 TV Channel: VT scientists test a new wave of cow power

Charlotte, VT - In Environmental Matters, fueling Vermont through moo power?

A Vermont based bio-chemical research group found a way to convert farm-waste into biofuels. The same animals that bring us our cheese and milk, could be heating our homes and fueling our vehicles.

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2014

14
Jul

CAAFI: Vermont Farm To Fly

The first half of 2014 was a period of significant successes on the East Coast relating to the "Farm to Fly 2.0" (F2F2) initiative, an agreement between the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Department of Agriculture (USDA) to continue to work together to advance the use of renewable fuels in the aviation industry.


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13
Jul

Burlington Free Press: Algae oil touted as Vermont's next fuel crop

CHARLOTTE –In moderation, and carefully applied to fields, livestock feces has for millennia been an invaluable farm resource.

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10
Jul

Vermont Biz: Oil from manure-eating algae might one day heat our homes

The latest technology in biodiesel on display at Nordic Dairy Farm more closely resembled a high school science project. On a table, a tangle of clear pipes connected a series of large flasks that gurgled with green and brown liquids.

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09
Jul

TV Channel 5 WPTZ: Oilheat from Vermont Algae

Oilheat from Vermont Algae July 9 2014 WPTZ (YouTube Video)



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09
Jul

WPTZ: Study shows manure can be turned into fuel oil

CHARLOTTE, Vt. — For centuries, farmers have struggled to find ways to get rid of it. Now, researchers say they've identified the process to convert cow manure into a strain of algae that contains fuel oils.

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09
Jul

Manure-Fed Biofuels Might Make For New Crop At Dairy Farms

On a table in the front room of the milking barn here at Nordic Farms in Charlotte, you can hear the murky liquids bubbling inside a series of foot-tall Erlenmeyer flasks.

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09
Jul

Imagine powering homes, cars with farm waste

CHARLOTTE, Vt. - We've told you in the past about how cow manure is being used to generate electricity; now, researchers say manure can also fuel your car and heat your home.

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29
Jan

GSR Project among three "Farm To Fly" initiatives nationwide

Anju Dahiya, Ph.D., President & CSTO-Research Scientist, GSR Solutions LLC presented "Vermont Farm to Fly" advanced biofuel effort on State and Local aviation initiatives at the Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative (CAAFI bi-annual meeting) last week on January 29th at Washington DC

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29
Jan

GSR invited to CAAFI meeting

2014 CAAFI General Meeting Washington, DC




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02
Jan

General Systems Research LLC Announces company name change to GSR Solutions LLC

Burlington, VT– January 02, 2014 – General Systems Research, an algae technology development company, today announced it is changing its name to GSR Solutions LLC. GSR retains the acronym for General Systems Research. The new name reflects expansion of company’s operations in providing cutting edge technologies for manufacture of biofuel and valued by-products such as fertilizer and neutraceuticals.

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2013

03
Oct

GSR at Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative

Earlier this week, the USDA announced that it has funded a Rural Business Enterprise Grant (RBEG) initiative to the Vermont Fuel Dealers Association (VFDA), who are partnering with CAAFI, General Systems Research, the Nordic Dairy Farm, and Fiddlehead Brewery.

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02
Oct

GSR in Bioenergy News insight

Waste from dairy farms and beer breweries could provide the necessary ingredients to grow algae-based biofuels say the leaders of a project based in Vermont, US.

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01
Oct

VT Digger: Agricultural alchemy: Manure + brewery waste could yield biofuel

Waste from dairy farms and beer breweries could provide the necessary ingredients to grow algae-based biofuels, leaders of a project designed to research this technology said on Tuesday.

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01
Oct

Biofuels Press Event

General Systems Research is pleased to announce details of our advanced biofuel project in partnership with VT Fuel Dealers Association, USDA, Nordic Farms, Fiddlehead Brewery, and Commercial Aviation Alternative Fuels Initiative to assess the feasibility of Algae-based Advanced Biofuels production facility utilizing farm & industrial wastes in Vermont.

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10
May

GSR on Blackseagrain.net

Waste from dairy farms and beer breweries could provide the necessary ingredients to grow algae-based biofuels say the leaders of a project based in Vermont, US.

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24
Jan

General Systems Research LLC featured in by VT Bioenergy Initiative

Vermont researchers and entrepreneurs demonstrate their innovations in algae to biofuel R&D in the Northeast (YouTube Video)

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2011

01
Mar

EPA: Cost-Effective Algae Biomass Production for Oil integrated with Wastewater Treatment and Valued By-Product

This project addresses challenges in algae biomass production for cost-competitive biofuel production. A critical hurdle in terms of large-scale biomass production and a big economic barrier in the production of algae oil is the cost-efficiency involved in producing algae biomass.

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2010 And Earlier

01
Jul

Native Algae Feedstock Development for Oil production supported by Department of Energy and VT Sustainable Jobs fund

Algae are an excellent source of oil for making biodiesel, which could displace substantial volumes of petrodiesel for heating and transportation.

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17
Mar

Algae for Energy Conference at the University of Vermont

The conference on Algae & Energy in the Northeast, co-hosted by the University of Vermont , the Vermont Sustainable Jobs Fund, and VT EPSCoR will be held at the University of Vermont in Burlington on March 17 & 18, 2010.

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