Unsolicited Customer Testimonials
These are a small fraction of testimonials and comments I have received. I don’t have time to put them all up.
Making Algae Biofuels at Home
Great news! You are finishing to write one book expected for many years. During several months, I have been an constant follower of your ideas, papers and designs and there is no doubt of your worldwide mastery about biofuels. I am a Colombian researcher dedicated to participate in the Colombian project for production of biodiesel from native microalgae…. It will be as our Bible on those topics really urgent and necessary for the future wellfare of the humanity.
Thanks in advance
UNIVERSIDAD PEDAGOGICA Y TECNOLOGICA DE COLOMBIA
David, just read through your book on algal biodiesel. Nice layout, easy to read with emphasis on building from local materials and good optimism. We may use some of these ideas for our engineering senior design course this year on biofuels production. Thanks..
Professor of Biosystems Engineering
I want to thank you for your prompt action. You are an example for others to follow. Its a pleasure to do business with you!
David thanks again for your insightful view on Making Algae Biofuels Book a subject that is set to change the world for the better. And with this in mind I invite anyone with the hunger to know more about algae biofuels to put this book on your must read list immediately.
Thank you. I am really impressed with the content of the book. You have a new fan!
Hello David. I trust you are well. Your project is definately a labor of love. I have spent about 3+ hrs reading. looks like an 8 hr read to get all the details. I would again thank you for your work, easy reading, to the point, well organized.
Making Algae Biodiesel At Home
I’m not a biodiesel expert, but I would say that in his book, Making Algae Biodiesel at Home, David Sieg provides more than enough information to tackle this process with confidence if you have the inclination to tackle a do-it-yourself project of this magnitude, which will require dedication, patience, and natural skill. He provides concise overviews as well as in-depth resources for understanding the process and its variables, including tips from commercial versions and national labs. The guide covers all aspects required, including selecting, growing, harvesting the algae; and making the biodiesel. Though the process is certainly not easy, David skillfully makes it easy enough that it is within the grasp of doing this at home. His guide is well-organized and well-written, accompanied by abundant illustrations, photos, and diagrams. Best wishes.
Pure Energy Systems (PES) Network, Inc.
Your Making Algae Biodiesel at Home is a terrific document. Congratulations on probably the best collection of information anywhere on the topic. I’m going to be completely honest. I’m a guy who is looking to develop algae commercially, partly because this is so complicated and partly because we need to get off petroleum no matter how we do it. Moreover, if we can integrate this with waste water treatment and powerplants we can make a big dent in cleaning up those guys. I am partnered with some excellent scientific resources in the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and the Marine Biological Laboratory.
I have learned more from your e-book then spending $6,000 going to the Algae World 2009 Conference in Rotterdam. Do you have the same manual for Jatropha? Many thanks,
Jim Riordan, Director,
Perpetual Prosperity Pumps Foundation,
I am a small farmer that is suffering from the Economic downturn and would not have had the finances to afford it at this time. I believe your work in research on algae and your willingness to share with us maybe at the center of new world wide wealth for the under privileged. The greatest aspect of your work is the empowering of the little people. You’re making us aware we have other choices, we will no longer in bondage the big energy companies. You have demonstrated this is not complex. We can do this.
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Thank you so much for making the update available to those of us who bought your book. It means and says volumes. A customer who is now a fan. Thanks,
Hello David & Tram ~
* VERY * Impressed Customer. WOW ~ I just purchased your Algae Biofuel package and I can’t wait to dig through it!…As the inevitable peak oil effect manifests as tightening heating oil supply, I’m concerned for family & loved ones across the Northern regions. I consider shortages of heating oil to be far more critical than shortages of gasoline ~ in terms of real human impact. Freezing to death trumps riding a bike any day.Thanks for publishing this important book.
Thank you David. I have not made it all of the way through the material yet but
Thanks again for getting back to me. Everything is cool, I had no problems at home and re-registered it as you mentioned. Love the book. You obviously put a lot of time into it and
David, just a quick word concerning the e-book. WOW!
This course is very wonder full,i want need usefull this course,change my life, Thanking you
Hi Mr.David Sieg, I think you are doing a good job ,Happy New Year !Have a great everyday ,Mr,Energy Independent, Take care.
yw South Korea/ex-Peace Corps coordinator
I am a small farmer that is suffering from the Economic downturn and would not
Larry D. Hays
So I just purchased your ebook Making Algae Biodiesel from Home, and I have been reading through it without performing any of the steps, as you requested we do in the book. As I have been walking around the military base I am on in Iraq, I have been keeping an eye out for algae growth, but there is just a lack of natural bodies of water here.
I will keep reading the book and doing my best to find a local sample. Even if it doesn’t yield much oil I would at least like to become proficient at growing algae and gain an understanding of all the variables influencing its growth. I have a year or more to work on it so I know I can get something to happen! I am enjoying the reading so far and I plan on buying more of your books when I feel like I am a little more advanced. Thank you for sharing your knowledge!
Thanks again, from what i’ve read so far it looks like a great book!
This is a wonderful book. see if you can organize a workshop.
Yet another excellent book, this will help me immensely in my project here in the
I love all of it. I dream of making biodiesel and constructing sustainable housing. I need to stop
Unsolicited Testimonials for “Building Open
Once again, David Sieg has composed and excellent guide, this time focusing on open
Sterling D. Allan, CEO, New Energy Congress, Pure Energy Systems (PES) Network,
Yes it does make sense and is very clear. I am a Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering
David really knows what he’s talking about when it comes to biodiesel. And his new book
|Bill Anderson, author http://www.electricitybook.com|
This is a great book on how to make algae biodiesel using ponds. People around the world contact us all the time about creating renewable energy using algae. This book makes it possible for them to do so in their own back yard. Great job!
I can’t say enough about the quality information you have presented here and the fact
Thanks for letting me know about your amazing new release, “Building Open Ponds” with me. I just finished reading thru it & thought it was fantastic! Your presentation of the great variety of uses for the algae that anyone can grow themselves was excellent. In additional to detailing all the factors to consider & how to set up different sized open pond systems, you provide some great info on many other important aspects, including harvesting & de-watering steps.
Thanks also for including Ron Putt’s feasibility study in your Bonus Materials — it’s another great source of valuable information. As you know, my organization, Terra Endeavors, is in the process of setting up small-to-moderate sized, commercial scale open-pond systems to provide rural communities in developing countries many of the algae-derived benefits you detail — nutritional supplements to fight malnutrition & for export revenue, bio ethanol, high-protein animal feed & organic fertilizer. This book will be instrumental in helping us design & operate the best system possible!
I highly recommend Building Open Ponds to everyone with an interest in anything algae related!
The book details facts about the forgotten fields of organic fertilizer, healthy natural foods, and above all an insight on how to become an entrepreneur. Am a graduate of Biochemistry in Kenya and i find your books so resourceful as i am also working on a project of starting a nutritional magazine as there is none in the Kenyan market.
Keep up the good work ,you should send one copy to Mr.Obama…
It will be great laying hands on this book. I know you can do it. Regards.
I try to start research about domestic algae utilisation for biodiesel production in Bosnia. I need any useful information and I think that I’ll find a lot of them in this book.
Thank you in advance.
Thank you for letting me be on your site. I’m just now getting into making biodiesel from
Thank you again, I will contact you as soon as I possibly can.
Loved your Bioreactors book, can’t wait to see what this one has in store for us.
I admire your vision on Bio diesel
We are working in Colombia in the cultivation of algae for Spirulina production. This is a very interesting document for us
Need all this info for a project i want to do in Africa for the benefit of the people there
A most interesting concept of improving this part of algae’s benefits to the world’s fuels
Thanks for your service to the world.
I love your books!
Interesting how the bio-diesel think morphed into algae growing. Great information.
People like you will be remembered for generations
Well, I was only going to look at the first few pages, got into them and couldn’t stop. Very nice job.
The book is top notch as far as building a PBR is concerned. David is the man to go to when it comes to biodiesel and algae oil. The book leaves out no details!
I have had a quick look through. There is a great range of systems and step-by-step pictures make it relatively easy to follow construction process.
I will make a prototype and share the knowledge obtained. You are so good by sharing this information. God bless you!
I would like to start my own business and am trying to get a working model for grant
Sir we plan to work on closed atmosphere to get maximum yield of best quality algae. We are getting good information from you
I already have your Algae BioDiesel Book and I’m going to build a Photobioreactor at
I need it to use it in my PhD on production of biofuel from microalgae. Thank you very much for this free photo. I appreciate that and ready to contact you in research about using algae in biofuel production
Abd El-Fatah Abo-Mohra
Great to hear the new book is/will soon be available! Really looking forward to seeing what you’ve included. We’ve continued to make progress with the project to build algae facilities in
I want to set up a model for a system; then put together a team to market to organizations that need the multiple benefits. Great Program-Thank you
I’m at the point that I’m doing research on the best algae choice here in Ontario. I don’t have a plan, but I will have one shortly and let you know. I like your friendly and easy-to-understand style. I may pay you a visit in Thailand sometime; it’s a small world…
At the moment it is for getting prepared in case the world goes too crazy, well much more crazy than the current too crazy!
I am looking for ways to lower the cost of fodder, so I would try and find the best algae to grow based on growth rate, nutritional value and effort needed to grow the algae. Generally good and easy to read books.
Make bio-fuel to run an ultralight super high efficiency car – based on -trevipedia.net I deeply respect your initiative and taking thinking and talking to action and outcome.
As with all private innovation today, this technology will probably be suppressed and,
Ghana is the star of all African Countries and in fact the first to be visited by President Obama during his first historic visit to Africa. We have struck oil but I know that our future lies in the cheapest environmentally sustainable source of biodiesel and algae stands out as the best. The bioreactor will be the pilot project as a sequel to a commercial production source, the first
Planning to build a unit in the coastal zone of Sonora for fuel production. Excellent work the book. Looking forward to use it well
I plan to build this reactor in my farm which is located near the sea for my personal use. I love this technology and I appreciate David for his selflessness in sharing his knowledge
Tobias D’Artagnan Ybanez
Lots of water and lots of sunshine in Florida. Tampa Bay recently has a fourteen mile
Palm Harbor Florida