From the Daily Standard:
Algaeventure Systems, the Marysville-based company conducting the silica test on Grand Lake and researching how to turn algae into a biofuel, now has an office at 1049 West Bank Road.
Chad Hummell, Algaeventure’s manager of government, industries and collaborations, on Wednesday said the house is being used for a satellite office and may become a small lab this winter.
Algaeventure Systems CEO Ross Youngs said the Ross Youngs Family Trust officially owns the property, with plans to lease it to the Algaeventure company.
"It becomes a place for some of the activity that we’ve been doing out there," Youngs said.
Youngs stressed the house contains no employees and the Celina area is just one of many sites being considered by the company for research efforts and operations.