thought this might be better here than farming and forestry
been reading on this for a project in college, it will have 2 parts to the farm, and open and closed loop system, for the production of biodiesel. Its going in a depleated bog (some completly stripped gravel and all to the blue clay underneath some with the 1meter of bog left) and would be tied into a new gas power station which could provide co2 and heat when necessary to the closed system.
im just wondering about the type of algae in Ireland, which would feed into the harvesting system. what grows best here that would have a high lipid content? that part is hard to find as most of these systems are abroad. closest iv found so far would be Biomara (scotland but irish links) but its in the sea which im guessing would be a different type of algae.
il take everything you can throw at me, drawbacks, environmental hazards etc. i know some but im sure iv missed things you can point out.
any help would be great