Over the past 6 years, SuSeWi has grown from a three-square-meter experiment on the shores of St Helena, South Africa, to a thirty-thousand-square meter production facility with the world’s largest algae growth pond in the coastal desert of Morocco.
And we’re still growing.
At scale, we will be the world’s largest algal producer.
Marine microalgae provide a natural, abundant and sustainable source of protein, Omega 3 and many other ingredients.
At SuSeWi, we have developed and proven innovative technology to produce microalgae on land just as nature has for billions of years – stimulating algae to ‘bloom’ faster than any other organism on earth, using only sun, sea and wind.
Embracing the power of Algae
Our process allows vast quantities of microalgae to grow on desert land, without using fresh water, duplicating a natural process that contributes to the health of our oceans and air, without depleting natural resources.
Technology & Algae
Using technology to produce algae and create solutions that benefit the economy and environment.
RESEARCH & APPLICATION
SuSeWi’s study on the effects of algae-based nutrients on Atlantic Salmon is finally concluded with fascinating results, both on the environment and economy.
SuSeWi develops solutions that address the current environmental and social climates, providing tools and insights that tackle global problems.
A Green Future
There is no need for genetic modification. After billions of years of evolution, nature has provided the natural solutions we need.
Devoted to the discovery and development of local algae, we’ve spent years gathering and testing over a thousand native strains. We have our pick – selecting the very best in nutritional profile and growth rate.
And with thousands more completely undiscovered species on our doorstep, the possibilities are endless.
Global news about Algae
"About 2.5 billion years ago, a pigment called chlorophyll appeared in single-celled organisms, allowing them to capture energy in the form of light...
"Scientists have discovered a type of algae that could play a key role in protecting coral reefs against climate change. Coral reefs all over the...
"It’s a strange mash-up, but it works: Algae living inside tadpoles’ blood vessels can pump out oxygen for nearby oxygen-starved nerve cells. Using...
Join the team
Are you a hard working individual looking to join a team that is seriously devoted to its cause? If yes, take a look at our available vacancies and apply.
We are building the SuSeWi family of motivated people.