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If anyone knows how reliably produce low cost Oxygen for commercial aquaculture from solar, please reach out to us! The COVID pandemic has highlighted weaknesses in the supply chain for oxygen. And we think NELHA would be a great demonstration site for solar power technology to produce this important commodity. We also think the American ...
Read More Looking for innovative ideas to produce industrial grade O2 using solar at NELHA

We are excited to share that Pacific Hybreed, after a few months construction and despite COVID 19, has started operations at its new biosecure breeding station at NELHA. The hatchery will produce Kumamoto oysters and rock scallops. Pacific Hybreed is also part of a NOAA funded project to develop genetic markers for resistance to the ...
Read More Pacific Hybreed starts operations at its NELHA biosecure breeding station

Below are some links to some recent interesting reports on the future and possible benefits of aquaculture. Scenarios for global aquaculture and its role in human nutrition Benefits and costs of a sustainable ocean economy Meanwhile, congratulations to Ocean Era at NELHA on cracking the problem of having to feed fish to fish! This is ...
Read More The future of aquaculture in times of COVID 19