Derris Indica
Derris Indica
Citrullus Colocynthis
Registration is open for 6th 5-day Global Jatropha Hi-tech Integrated Nonfood Biodiesel Farming & Technology Training Programme in India from September 23-27, 2013
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Advanced Biofuel centre

Building a sustainable biodiesel industry
Biodiesel Business Academy
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Believing in Biodiesel

The CJP: Advanced Biofuel Center entre for Jatropha Promotion & Biodiesel is working towards scientific commercialization of nonfood biodiesel trees/crops that will lend credibility; reliability and scalability with regards to food security, energy security and sustainable development and carbon savings. With an effort to ‘grow beyond oil ‘, apart from Jatropha, ADVANCED BIOFUEL CENTER has identified, developed and cultivated as many as 15 non-food oil crops. With years of continuing research, experiments and trials has provided an adage to find and develop 2nd generation biodiesel feedstock with low cost input technology. Among the crops identified as potential sources of biodiesel are Simmondsia chinesis, Pongamia (derris indica), Garcinia indica, Moringa oleifera, Madhuca indica, Ricinus communis, Simarouba glauca, Citrullus colocynthis, algae etc.The ADVANCED BIOFUEL CENTER for Failsafe Energy Farming ( ) was created in 2003 , the first entity to introduce commercial farming of Jatropha and since then working as a platform for multidisciplinary multifeedstocks research into all aspects of nonfood energy farming. The ADVANCED BIOFUEL CENTER intensified its collaborative research approach with regards to perennial oil seeds bearing tree like Pongamia Pinnata, Moringa oliferia, Jojoba, simarouba, Mahua , Calophyllum etc. in combination with annual nonfood oil crops like castor, flax, safflower, camelina, colocynthis etc to have more oil yield per ha and to improve its product. The ADVANCED BIOFUEL CENTER’s mission is to perform cutting-edge plant science research in genetics, breeding and horticulture, and further develop technologies to allow for the economic commercialization and sustainability of energy farms globally. 

In essence, ADVANCED BIOFUEL CENTER scientists are continuously working on enhanced genetics, agronomics and horticulture sciences to drive new varieties, more knowledge around the plants’ nutritional requirements and more science-based processes for the care and custody of the plants and have achieved reliable and scalable results in jatropha and other nonfood oil crops farming.

ADVANCED BIOFUEL CENTER has proven highly successful in growing a number of biodiesel crops; some of them are briefed below:-

Alage Camelina Calophyllum inophyllum L., Castor bean (Ricinus communis) Citrullus colocynthis (Tumba) Flax Jojoba (Simmondsia chinesis) Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.) Kenaf Karanja (Pongamia pinnata) Kokum (Garcinia indica) Moringa oleifera Mahua (Madhuca indica) Neem (Azadirachta indica) Simarouba (Simarouba glauca)

Energy & Environment Security

Concerns around energy security, dependence on foreign oil, finite oil and gas resources, and the negative consequences associated with global warming due to continued greenhouse gas emissions have prompted significant interest in the development of low carbon and sustainable advance biofuels like biodiesel from nonfood feedstock. From algae and wood chips to grasses and solid waste, scientists are looking far and wide for the raw material that will yield a new generation of advance biofuel—a source that doesn't divert food into energy, and is abundant enough to make a significant dent in the oil market.

Global Financial & Climate Crisis

Climate change is happening. We are warming the globe by burning the fossil fuels which power our industries, our homes, our offices, our transport and our farms. Without a doubt, our society has benefited significantly from the burning of fossil fuels. Our standard of living has never been higher, and our quality of life seems to be pretty good

The creation of wealth is not only deemed to be a desirable goal for individuals and businesses, it's an integral component to the continuing success of our economy. When wealth is created, so is demand; when the creation of wealth slows, so does the demand for products produced by our industries, which leads to economic reversal. So what if our climate is changing as a result of our economic activities? Why should we change? The answer, of course, is that we have to. We don't really have a choice in the matter. Change is upon us. We are going to be changing in so many ways over the next few decades, Global warming isn't the only threat to our society, and however it is the most pernicious. Other threats, such as the end of cheap oil, poverty and homelessness, food and water shortages, terrorism and war, are going to be exacerbated by a changing climate. That's why taking real action to reduce our carbon emissions is so very important.

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The scale of international climate change negotiations has grown constantly since the 1992 Rio Earth Summit. After the entry into force of the Kyoto Protocol  in 2005, a longer-term vision took hold with the Bali Action Plan in 2007 and then the validation at Copenhagen in 2009 of a common goal of limiting global warming to 2°C. In 2010, the Cancun Conference enabled us to make this goal effective through the creation of dedicated institutions for key points, including those for adaptation, the Green Climate Fund and the Technology Mechanism.

The will to act together and to keep within the +2°C limit led to the creation of theDurban Platform (ADP) , with the role of bringing together all developed and developing countries to work on a "protocol, legal instrument or agreed outcome with legal force”, applicable to all parties to the UN Framework Agreement on Climate Change. The “new instrument” will have to be adopted in 2015 and implemented from 2020, and that is the goal of the 2015 Paris Conference. TheDoha Conference enshrined the commitment of several industrialized countries in a second period of commitment to the Kyoto Protocol (2013-2020) and concluded the Bali Mandate.

The 2013 Warsaw Conference made a crucial step towards reaching a universal climate agreement in Paris in 2015: all States will have to communicate their "contributions" – the efforts they intend to undertake to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions – before the Paris Conference, for them to be assessed during the first half of 2015.

Profound Investment Opportunity

Why invest in biodiesel?
1. Rising oil prices and political tumult strengthen biodiesel’s already strong appeal through its offering of energy security and independence.
2. Biodiesel is a globally produced, globally traded fuel.
3. Biodiesel is the only advanced biofuel with significant commercial capacity.
4. Capital costs are relatively low compared to other advanced biofuel production facilities.
5. A feedstock-flexible fuel, biodiesel can be made from any fat, oil or grease, and the already broad range of available feedstock is widening.
6. Investment in biodiesel is an investment in local communities.
  7. Biodiesel creates green-collar jobs.
8. Investment in biodiesel is an investment in the children of your children’s kids’ future. Those looking to invest in the future, and their local community, biodiesel represent jobs, energy independence, community involvement, diversity, innovation, environmental stewardship and social responsibility. Ultimately, biodiesel is about doing the right thing, leaving an important legacy—and teaching an important lesson—to the children of our children’s kids. And if that’s not enough, there is money to be made too, given a sound business model and smart planning.

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Benefits to Society

The potential benefits to society of the spread of Biodiesel Crops are far more than just reduced environmental damage. Through adopting technologies that reduce energy, water and resource usage, societies will increase their productivity, their global competitiveness and drive local economic development and employment. The ultimate goal of Bio-energy is to integrate it into everything we do, and, in the words of Vinod Khosla (one of the world's leading green energy venture investors), to become 'maintech. The category will then not be something special: it will just be the way things are done. This is one of the reasons that investing in the sector has merit. Those technologies that do become 'ManTech' will generate extremely healthy returns. Clean Technology investing is therefore not just about providing the scientific foundation for future technologies. Green energy is just an essential part of the transition to a world in which efficiency is improved, productivity and economic growth improves and communities function more effectively


Given the realities of the biodiesel markets, a successful biodiesel business plan begins with an effective feedstock strategy from which process design flows. To make biodiesel a long-term business opportunity, attention must be to the critical issue of availability of right feedstock at right cost. Jatropha and other nonfood feedstocks will be a vast source of biofuel and a key to reducing our dependence on fossil fuel Jatropha can bring significant environmental benefours. It can replace jet fuel and diesel from petroleum without interfering with food crops or leading to the clearing of forests. The good thing about Jatropha, Pongamia, Moringa, Mahua etc is that you're producing a tree/shrub that lives for a long time and does ours job, producing oil, while it also sequesters lots of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere

Our nonfood dedicated Biodiesel crops are valuable multi-purpose crops to alleviate soil degradation, desertification and deforestation, which can be used for bio-energy to replace petro-diesel, for soap production and climatic protection, and hence deserves specific attention. Our dedicated Biodiesel crops can help to increase rural incomes, self-sustainability and alleviate poverty for women, elderly, children and men, tribal communities, small farmers. It can as well help to increase income from plantations and agro-industries.

There are various trees that are suitable for bio-diesel production like Jatropha, Pongamia, Moringa, Simaruba etc and all these trees must be regarded as a sure inclusion and the foundation around which a plan can be built if for nothing but their pure hardiness and stress handling ability.

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Business & Biodiversity

Business & Biodiversity Life as we know it would simply not exist without plants. At the plant scientists and horticulturists are working towards effective, science-based conservation solutions to ensure that we leave a healthy and hopeful world to the next generation. To unlock these solutions requires a modest percentage of the world's financial resources, the dividend could prove invaluable.  It's not just animals and plants that can flourish by protecting biodiversity but the bottom line of businesses. The negative environmental impact of the world's top 3,000 listed companies total around $2.2 trillion annually. The UN General Assembly has given its seal of approval to the creation of a new international body to be called the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES).IPBES will expand global efforts to stem the loss of biodiversity and essential eco-systems beyond the realm of research and into the realms of policy-making and action. Understanding the role of natural assets in their economies will help governments develop policies and determine regulations relating to those resources. Coordinated international research, clear policies and well-defined regulations will help businesses plan for future sustainability and risk management.

Carbon Savings

Biodiesel produced from non food crops like Jatropha and others is one of the most promising solutions for tackling the growing carbon emissions from transport. Climate change has become one of the major challenges for mankind and the natural environment. Greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions released into the atmosphere in ever rapidly growing volumes are recognized to be responsible for this change. Carbon footprint quantification, analysis and reduction are key to preventing this, for example, by enhancing energy efficiency, mitigating carbon emissions by means of green energy and then compensating for remaining GHG emissions by investing in carbon offsets, with a final goal to becoming carbon neutral

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Food vs. Fuel 

The world's poor spend twice what they did on food just seven years ago, yet still starve in greater numbers. An eight-year-long drought in Australia, the lengthiest in 200 years, has helped keep global supplies of wheat and corn tight. Within the next year, China will become a net wheat importer, driving food prices up just as it's driven up other commodity prices this decade. For the poor, this booming commodities market means more processed into ethanol, for reasons frankly more political than environmental. Concern about climate change has led to biofuels subsidies in USA that pit hungry mouths and empty gas tanks against each other. The implications for the world are grim. If the U.N. is right, the global population will reach 9 billion people by 2050. Meanwhile, the Earth is running out of farmland because of population growth and sprawling cities. Fifty years ago, there was an acre of arable farmland per person--there's half that now

Now governments have to make a choice between feeding people and fighting global warming. The first job of government is to feed its people. Food and biomass require the same resources for production — land, water and agrochemicals. Food and fuel need not necessarily compete, particularly when there is careful planning for ecological conservation and sustainable production methods. One thing the world obviously needs is greater productivity from its existing farmland. It’s possible through organic manure and fertilizers, particularly potash and phosphate. Everything would be fine if the world's governments would "solve the infrastructure bottleneck, invest in research, allow for GM in biofuels, and build better water and irrigation systems. That's exactly what we doesn’t see happening; instead a "biofuels versus feeding the world" scenario. The second generation feedstocks overcome most of the problems present in the first generation feedstock…that is why CJP is promoting nonfood crops on no arable land through SOCIAL FINANCE.

Benefits to Developing countries

Wasteland Reclamation and Reforestation

Income generation from previously unusable areas

Provide huge opportunities from new sustainable and renewable land resources

And crops Creating employment Nursery development, soil preparation, irrigation systems, Plantation maintenance, seed collection, oil extraction and Refinery control

Benefit from the increased demand for employment in infrastructure, logistics and Transportation

Breaking the cycle of poverty

Consider that 54 countries are poorer today than they were 15 years ago. And that almost half of the world’s people – the vast majority of them working people – live on less than two dollars per day. We have a responsibility to make renewable energy available and affordable to all…to ensure that the poorest countries in the world are not forced to choose between feeding their people and fueling their economies.

For example, crop yields in sub-Saharan Africa are projected to fall by 20 percent under global warming;

As yields fall and demand rises, Africa will become more dependent on expensive food imports. Already the poor in sub-Saharan Africa spend 60 to 80 percent of their total income on food – that compares to approximately 10 percent in the U.S.;

Climate change induced famine may displace more than 250 million people worldwide by 2050

Consider that oil priced at >$90 per barrel has had a disproportionate impact on the poorest countries, 38 of which are net importers and 25 of which import all of their oil;

Developing countries consume roughly twice as much oil per dollar of GDP as the United States

All the while, the high cost and Inaccessibility of fossil fuels, leaves approximately 2 billion people worldwide without reliable energy sources, without refrigeration, basic communication, heat, or even light.

For developing countries, then, climate change and world’s energy policies are a source of oppression, a source of sickness and a source of human suffering.

Since the two-thirds of the people in the developing world who derive their incomes from agriculture and Jatropha based biodiesel has enormous potential to change their situation for the better and poverty can be broken by biodiesel plantation Cultivation as these dedicated crops have a huge potential for replication world -wide, improving the livelihood of many more.

At the community level, farmers that produce dedicated energy crops can grow their incomes and grow their own supply of affordable and reliable energy

At the national level, producing more biofuels will generate new industries, new technologies, new jobs and new markets. At the same time, producing more biofuels will reduce energy expenditures and allow developing countries to put more of their resources into health, education and other services for their neediest citizens

Can diesel be "cultivated"?

India & other developing countries have the potential to be a leading world producer of diesel, but the rural farmers still need to get comfortable with the idea that diesel fuel can be "harvested," but they understand one thing very clearly that they can use Biodiesel trees/crops plants as a source of extra earnings by utilizing the land that was of no use.

Farmers need to know that there is going to be a good market for what they produce. We are very keen to build that confidence and promote Jatropha and other non-food oil crops cultivation by assisting planting, buying the seeds for refining and providing the refining technology to enable growers to make their own biodiesel.

Growing Business

Over the past 10 years, biodiesel has emerged as an important part of the national, and international, discussion on renewable fuels. Feedstock has been at the core of the discussion. While many options have been brought to the table, some promising leads have not yet had commercial success. Over the past several years, competition to biodiesel as a diesel replacement has begun to appear. The driver for biofuels usage is not limited to the United States and Europe, but is also growing in the Asia-Pacific and Latin American regions. World biofuel production has surpassed 100 billion liters of annual production in 2009. After accounting for energy contents, this is displacing 1.15 million barrels of crude oil per day, which creates approximately 215 million tonnes of GHG emissions annually. With respect to biodiesel, forecast global production of 16.4 billion liters will reduce GHG emissions by 35.9 million tonnes - greater than the GHG emissions reported for Croatia in 2007. The rapid development of the global biodiesel industry has been closely observed by countries interested in stimulating economic growth, improving the environment and reducing dependency on imported oil; thirty countries are implementing biofuels targets in 2010 alone, with many of these countries in the developing world encouraging biofuels as a means of building energy security and improving their rural economies. Biodiesel demand is expected to double between 2009 and 2015, while supply is expected to grow threefold

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ConceptPlanning Development Production Profit

Around the world, competition for fossil fuel reserves and growing concern for the environment have given rise to increased demand for bio-diesel crops. This represents a major business opportunity. But there are still challenges to overcome. At CJP, we believe the answer lies in efficiency. We can provide you with everything from initial feasibility studies through to project execution, training, support and crop management technologies. CJP offers to ensure its clients' long term success in the young but rapidly evolving renewable fuels industry. CJP has systematically assembled the resources necessary to facilitate this and to deliver turn-key business solutions.CJP has the Technical knowledge and plant science expertise, process engineering and operational expertise to plan, design and Create Failsafe Fuel Farms; deploy and commission Non-food vegetable oil refining and design and construct biodiesel plants. To start with one need extensive knowledge support, enhanced agronomy support, elite and improved inputs, expertise and effective management. Implementing its vast agronomic knowledge base and in-depth experience, CJP has proven highly successful in growing biodiesel crops………..more at .

Overview: Research and Development Programs

As a producer of proprietary seeds, we believe we are in the most attractive segment of the biodiesel value chain — upstream from the capital intensive refining and conversion of biodiesel. The Centre for Jatropha Promotion & Biodiesel (CJP) is a bioenergy crop research and development company that is meeting global demand for sustainable plant oil by working towards scientific commercialization of dedicated biodiesel crop that will lend credibility; reliability and scalability. With a fully integrated platform featuring a world-class leadership and science team, the most advanced multifeedstocks research into all aspects of nonfood energy farming crop improvement program in the industry and addressing the complete value chain, CJP is bringing the opportunities of nonfood oil to reality.

We are an agricultural biotechnology, research and development entity developing and producing seeds of hope to produce renewable biodiesel feedstocks that can enable the large-scale replacement of petroleum and other fossil fuels. We use a combination of advanced plant breeding and biotechnology to develop new crops, known as dedicated energy crops, that we believe address the limitations of first-generation biodiesel feedstocks, such as corn and sugarcane, increase seeds and oil productivity, reduce crop inputs and improve cultivation on marginal land. Our first large-scale commercial products are proprietary Jatropha Curcas varieties that can be used as a "drop-in" feedstock. Our dedicated energy crops can also be used for the production of second-generation biofuels and bio-based chemicals, including cellulosic ethanol, butanol, jet fuel, diesel-like molecules and gasoline-like molecules, from non-food biodiesel. Finally, base load utility-scale electric power can also be generated from the biodiesel feedstocks grown from our seeds.

As a producer of proprietary seeds, we believe we are in the most attractive segment of the biodiesel value chain — upstream from the capital intensive refining and conversion of biodiesel. CJP's distinguished and some of the most experienced crop scientists in the world are now focused on researching and developing Jatropha curcas, Castor bean, Simarouba, Moringa, Algae, Jojoba and other crops. The plants' biology and genetics profile have been subjected to intense scrutiny as molecular & genetic scientists collaborate with agronomists to breed & develop cultivars suitable for large scale fuel farming. Traditional breeding, inter-species hybridization, genetic modification, and advanced cloning techniques are all being applied to produce new commercial cultivars. CJP not only driving the science & development of commercial biodiesel crop cultivars but also developing enabling technologies with application to a wider range of horticultural species. Some are creating valuable proprietary technologies & processes.

Jatropha: From wild to domestication to super domestication

Throughout history, plants have been subjected to changing climate, and farmers have adopted new species and varieties to meet the challenges; Cultivated or domesticated plants, when mankind propagates, plants and harvests them, have played significant roles in many of the advances that pure and applied botanical sciences have made in the last few centuries. Hybridization and selection have both been involved in the origin of crops and the process of domestication since early times. Analysis of the genetic, genomic and molecular basis of the traits selected by early growers that constitute the domestication syndrome in crops, such as loss of seed and increased organ size, has been a major focus of much recent research. Profound insights into traits associated with crop domestication have resulted from the technologies and discoveries made at CJP Level. Progress in the sciences related to crop domestication is the availability of well-characterized germplasm with CJP for understanding domestication as well as for plant breeding.

The future course of domestication will continue to rely on changes to the architecture, metabolism and physiology of crops. To cope with new challenges to crop production, efficient approaches to screen germplasm for genes to both biotic and abiotic stresses in wild and cultivated germplasm are needed. Crops primarily used for food are now also being used to meet demands for sustainable fuel supply, while the use of plants for construction timbers and fibres in paper, textiles and composite products continues to increase. To provide value-added crops, new products from crops are being developed. Specialized plant products for processing (such as starches, oils, even plastics) for food, pharmaceutical, cosmetic and industrial uses are required for growing markets

As information accumulates on domestication-related traits and their genome distribution, new avenues to attain higher yield and to tailor-make crops are opened up. Climate change is affecting agriculture in the 21st century. We are entering a new era in relation to human understanding of and influence on the genetics of crop domestication.

Super-domesticates can be constructed with knowledge-led approaches using the range of current technologies. The array of genome manipulations that have been developed, mainly since the 1980s, enable barriers to gene exchange to be overcome and have lead to super-domesticates with dramatically increased yields, resistances to biotic and abiotic stresses, and with new characters for the marketplace. The teams of scientists that support plant breeders are planning and conducting research to change crops radically.

Progress in understanding crop domestication, and further advances that lead to greater quantities and improved quality of non food crops, depend increasingly on multidisciplinary team approaches such as Scientists representing a diversity of botanical and crop-science backgrounds, crop evolutionary biologists, geneticists, ethnobotanists, plant breeders, statisticians and biotechnology specialists contributed significantly. We are in an area where there is currently much scientific progress. It is hoped that the all round efforts here will stimulate ideas to help sciences associated with crop domestication achieve needed future super-domesticates.

CJP is the global premier agency to provide enhanced knowledge and enhanced technology to more than 80 counties for setting of Jatropha plantation from ground zero. We’ve been privileged to represent the Centre for Jatropha promotion & Biodiesel (CJP), the first one organization to introduce commercial farming of Jatropha first time in the history and have formulated the Concept to Commercialization of viable Jatropha & other OSBT projects., promoting sustainable farming for biodiesel production and By cultivating these energy-producing plants, processing them and finally producing biodiesel, we are creating new sources of income for the rural farmers.CJP has now to more arms to deal with the global biodiesel business services. CJP is engaged in continuous research and development of nonfood viable crops
Biodiesel Crops & Technology Private Limited (BCT) was founded to ensure sustainable supply of high oiled adequate feedstocks for economical production of biofuels and meeting out the challenge of global warming To serve as Global Knowledge Platform for a Sustainable Future, Biodiesel Business Academy© has been established in 2010

We have already planted Jatropha, derris indica (Pongamia), simaruba castor, etc. in large area and encouraging results have motivated us for further expansion of the plantation which can generate tremendous job opportunities among the rural masses It may lead to a revolutionary transformation of the current gloomy economic and energy scenario with an era of economic bloom and prosperity for all sections of society. Biodiesel cultivation generates an income of around RS 25000(US$ 625) / ha and RS.150, 000(US$ 3750)/ha from 5th year onwards in existing system of farming and if grown in 200 hectares in a village, it can provide adequate employment to all landless workers all through the year. We have introduced our Rural Jatropha Energy System, implementation of which may benefours farmers and their communities and other stakeholders. This energy system based on the local cultivation of Jatropha & other non food crops is decentralized, durable, relying on local knowledge and sustainable, in the true sense of the word. We can provide water and electricity services to a rural village at a smaller cost.

CJP proudly presents our commitment to exploring, developing and establishing the correct process, procedures and systems for growing, crushing refining and use of Bio Diesel from seed oil, Jatropha Curcas in particular.CJP is fully equipped with Technical knowledge and plant science expertise, process engineering and operational expertise to plan, design and Create Failsafe Fuel Farms; deploy and commission Non-food vegetable oil refining and design and construct biodiesel plants. We would like to introduce you to JATROPHA and our other related activities as having specialized in several fields of Jatropha Production related consultancy and services CJP see great opportunities for doing business with it... Our wide range of activities include……….

Complete & updated knowledge and information

Expertise & Enhanced technology

Development of Jatropha and other Projects

Improved & enhanced Inputs Production & Management

Execution of the Plantation Project

Plantation Consultancy & Management

Construction of oil/biodiesel Plants


As Jatropha and other non-food oil crops are poised on the cusp of commercialization, Jatropha investors have stepped up their efforts to develop a viable source of Biodiesel, and some are already well on the road to success. However, with so many new projects coming up, and a lack of understanding of the Jatropha Curcas Plant and reliable information; lack of QPM inputs; lack of Best Agricultural Practices and expertise & poor management techniques ; many projects are only achieving mediocre results. Therefore, while Jatropha holds a great deal of potential as a biodiesel feedstock, it is also important to acknowledge many hurdles must be overcome before the crop can become economically viable in most parts of the world. The key strategies planning, methods and technologies are very essential for Successful Implementation & execution of a large scale Jatropha Project with Maximum ROI through Improved Agronomy. After having specialized in the field of creation of Failsafe Fuel Farm with experiences and expertise CJP has drawn a set of Key Strategies to Successful Jatropha/other crops Investments….

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Failsafe Fuel Farm

Therefore for Successful Implementation of Jatropha and other nonfood oil crops projects with Integration above Key-Strategies you need an authoritative agency able to provide knowledge, expertise and technology for the predicted Sustainability while maximizing Project ROI through Improved Agronomy. And CJP is competent enough to be become your knowledge & Technology provider

To engineer and execute Jatropha energy farm from ground zero to harvesting stage we have developed a set of enhanced services with access to our own supply chain intellectual property rights (IPR) and exclusive expertise with technological background and experiences in the field for creation Failsafe Energy Farms to implement project through our level of competence and technology. Our scope of the Project task may cover a variety of activities viz: Setting up of Plantations from Ground Zero to Harvesting Stage just to ensure "FAILSAFE FUEL FARM"

Jatropha Energy Project Services (JEP)

Derris Indica Energy Project Services (DEP)

Moringa Energy Project Services (MEP)

Simarouba Energy Project Services (SEP)

Colocynth Energy Project Services (COEP)

Jojoba Energy Project Services (JOEP)

Alage Energy Project Services (AEP)

Ricinus communis Energy Project Services (RCEP)

New Potential for Next Generation Feedstocks

CJP started commercial farming of Jatropha from wild selected seeds 1.0 in 2003 and now reached with improved enhanced Jatropha 3.0 with more oil and more yield. CJP scientists are continuously working on enhanced genetics, agronomics and horticulture sciences to drive new varieties, more knowledge around the plant’s nutritional requirements and more science-based processes for the care and custody of the plant and have achieved reliable and scalable results in Jatropha energy farming. Even a superior genotype variety planted in inadequate soil and improperly cared for, will be unable to reach its potential and will create dissatisfied stakeholders. The CJP’s goal is to triple Jatropha yields within 10 years, increase the oil content to 48 percent and in combination of other crops the target oil yield is 1500 gallon per ha. Further, to increase the quality of the oils and other products produced—while minimizing inputs including pesticides and fertilizers.

Enhanced And Improved Cultivar:

The years of continuous research, experiments and in cultivating and breeding of Jatropha curcas and other biofuel crops, CJP was able to develop a systematic breeding and cultivar development strategy. Newly bred cultivars are extensively tested in multi-location trials and true to type seeds are being produced with high quality standard

JCLMax3™ Elite HYV Jatropha Improved Seeds

Through its JCLMax3™ improved seed product line, CJP provides growers the highest yielding, most uniform and profitable Jatropha in the world. Improved seeds result in greater yield, uniformity and vigor while significantly reducing Plantation costs for growers.
 JCLMax3™ improved varieties have been tested and developed for a range of climatic and soil conditions. Through its research and development program, CJP continues to expand the regions for which JCLMax3™ improved seeds are available in more than 65 countries
DI03SAP™ Elite HYV Pongamia Saplings
We have developed DI03SAP™ the Process of cloning and maintaining an Elite sapling. It has been created from over a decade of research in horticulture and agriculture with the best characteristics of yield, survivability and longevity. Stranded Package of Practices (SOP) enable DI03SAP ™ sapling to enhance productivity to achieve greater yields over the lifetime of the plantation with the right crop inputs and management

MO03SAP™ Elite HYV Moringa Saplings
We have developed MO03SAP™ the Process of cloning and maintaining an Elite sapling. It has been created from over a decade of research in horticulture and agriculture with the best characteristics of yield, survivability and longevity. Standred Package of Practices (SOP) enable MO03SAP ™ sapling to enhance productivity to achieve greater yields over the lifetime of the plantation with the right crop inputs and management

Identified Elite JOJO3 Class 1 Jojoba rooted cuttings
With Scientific advancement CJP has selectively bred certain high yielding jojoba plants and developed our identified high-yielding jojoba Rooted Cutting Plants for creating FAIL SAFE JOJOBA FARM Other Global Events

Climate Smart Farming: Agronomy Support

CJP’s ongoing agronomic support is on line with the FAO theory of Climate Smart agriculture that sustainably increases productivity and resilience to environmental pressures, while at the same time reduces greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. It is one of the key factors for long-term success. Driven by a philosophy of knowledge sharing and learning by doing, we are able to achieve significant results in this very technical field, while remaining highly resourceful. Our team of biodiesel experts are constantly researching and developing new and efficient solutions for Biodiesel crops across the globe, to design and instill the most suitable General Agricultural Practices (GAP) for each and every part of the world and have introduced Integrated Fuel Farming Management System (IFF) which serves as a set of practical ground rules. These continue to prove significantly effective in obtaining higher yields while considerably reducing industry-related risks…

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Biodiesel Crops Starter Kits: we have developed Agricultural Extension Kit for various nonfood oil crops just to enable new grower to start it in a sustainable manner.. MORE at We at CJP have developed Crop specific Safe Care Technology with reference to practice of modern techniques coupled with scientific management. This will help getting more yield of better quality resulting into better revenue and profit. Moreover, for individual biodiesel crops we have complied a perfect set of publications which are the most important tools which you should have if you are going to take up the Biodiesel Project.

Full Range of Biodiesel Business Consulting Solutions

CJP is the Global Consultant in the field of Biodiesel Project establishment providing consultancy at every stage of the project right from soil to preparation of complete plantation management and technical plan to plantation techniques/plantation execution and Setting up of Plant for Bio-Fuel including all plant & machinery required with all our best of potentiality and expertise.

CJP’s Professional Biodiesel Business Plan Services

A feasibility study and a business plan are essential steps in financing and developing a successful biodiesel business. CJP can help clients identify the needs, opportunities and solutions of their local, regional and national markets. By identifying these needs and providing management direction, CJP can help clients obtain financing in order to develop and manage an effective and successful biodiesel facility. The most critical component of any business plan is the pro forma, an educated view or projection of what the performance of a company is capable of, given a specific set of assumptions and conditions. CJP has been involved in identifying these needs for specific projects for a number of years and can help develop a realistic and obtainable. Performing the right kind of analysis, using up-to-date information, and using the most complete detailed evaluation will save time and money for your project. CJP provides all aspects of feasibility analysis and business development including assessments of the following: crop production, crushing, coproduct markets, feedstock acquisition and contracting, technology analysis, risk analysis specific to biodiesel technology, feedstock, markets, and general project risks, market and financial analysis. CJP can offer the type of consulting that only numerous years of leadership in the small to mid-size biodiesel market can provide at an affordable price…..

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Biodiesel Business Academy©

CJP has the privilege to provide most authoritative Knowledge platform known for Development of Sustainable Non-Food Jatropha Oil Crop Projects, Programmes and Priorities to Feed Biodiesel Industry Worldwide and has established the Biodiesel Business Academy© (BBA) to provide quality, impartial, informative and enjoyable advanced level training with enhanced technology in the field of Biodiesel production. The BBA delivers Training to international and national participants/professionals of green energy industry to increase and distribute knowledge and skills. Whether you are new to the industry, have recently changed jobs or simply wish to refresh your knowledge, our training should become a key part of your personal or company professional development programme ……

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CJP had its 1st, 2nd 3rd 4th and 5th Global Jatropha Hi-Tech Agricultural Training Programme in India in Jaipur, Rajasthan from June 11-15, 2007, July-14-18, 2008, December 13-17, 2010 September 14-18, 2011and September 5-9, 2012 respectively attended by more than 67 countries. And were grand success. The word “Excellent”, which was used by many trainees to describe their experiences, sums up the JatrophaWorld Training experience.

With Jatropha cultivation becoming an intensifying worldwide trend, how to ‘Do It IN Right Way’ dominated the entire training, with discussions centering on the best practices in Jatropha for maximum returns. All the Trainees who attended were glad to have had the opportunity to take their learning beyond the air-conditioned comfort of the conference room, and out into the actual field where they were able to see, touch, feel and do Jatropha planting first-hand.

Some of the countries attended the global Programme are Angola, Algeria Argentina , Australia , Bangladesh , Belize, Burundi, Brazil, Cambodia , Canada, China , Colombia, Costa Rica , Ethiopia , Equator, Egypt, France , Germany, Ghana, Haiti, Hong Kong, Honduras , India, Iran, Ireland, Indonesia , Italy, Ivory Coast, Japan, Kenya , Lao PDR ,Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Malaysia, Mexico,. New Zealand, Nigeria, Niger, Portugal , Peru, Pappua new Guinea, Singapore, Slovenia, Senegal, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Switzerland , Tunisia, Thailand , Togo, Turkey, UK, USA, Uganda, Vietnam Yaman And Zambia.

6th Global Jatropha 3.0 Integrated Nonfood Biodiesel Farming & Technology Training Programme which is being held September 23-27, 2013

Secure your registration for 6th 5-day Global Jatropha 3.0 Integrated Nonfood Biodiesel Farming & Technology Training Programme in India from September 23-27, 2013  today as seats are limited. For complete details and registration, kindly visit GLOBAL TRAINING PAGE or mail to Director (Training Division):   

JatrophaWorld India 2013 to Highlight on Genetics Agronomics and Horticulture Practices in Sustainable Biodiesel Energy Farms

JatrophaWorld India 2013 will showcase agricultural advancement to grow the jatropha and other nonfood oil crops effectively with proper resources i.e. balancing resources to end up with a sustainable long-term solution without harming the environment.

6th Global Jatrophaworld India 2013 to highlight CJP's Biological Inputs to Enhance Jatropha Energy Farms Profitability

Emergence of the enhanced Biological input management system may change the entire scenario of the biodiesel industry and shall provide Crop revenues higher, Revitalizes the soil, Improves consistent crop quality, Reduces crop loss and above all :Reduce your Environmental Foot Print. CJP'S Next JATROPHAWORLD INDIA 2013, the 6th Global Jatropha Hi-tech Integrated Nonfood Biodiesel Farming & Technology Training Programme is set to introduce you the IMPACT OF BIOLOGICAL AGRI-INPUTS ON GROWTH AND YIELDS OF JATROPHA CURCAS

Global Jatrophaworld India 2013 Presents Great Variety Of Potential Biodiesel Feedstocks

JatrophaWorld India 2013 will showcase agricultural advancement to grow the jatropha and other nonfood oil crops effectively with proper resources i.e. balancing resources to end up with a sustainable long-term solution without harming the environment. The focus of the programme shall remain on three major thrust areas—genetics, agronomics and horticulture practices—so the plant will grow with optimal productivity. While agronomic work is an important first step in the development of any new crop, for new oilseeds to reach commercialization, several other factors need to be addressed. With any of these crops, there is definitely an education curve for producers to be able to understand how it fits into their rotation.

The JatrophaWorld India 2013 shall highlight that how scientific selection of site and superior seed strain can ensure a successful Fuel Farms and can meet all the three criteria any environmentally sustainable fuel must meet. These are social, technical and commercial. The invaluable insights provided by experts/scientists will help our trainees to better understand the sustainability of this potential jet fuel source

Other Global Events 

Farmers, growers and project developers today, both those in existing businesses and new entrants, live in an environment where they by necessity have to keep an eye on new opportunities. As well, diversification of cropping opportunities, within the limits of good business sense, provides an essential part of risk management in new Biodiesel feedstock farming.

Undertaking the research and supporting industries searching for new products is only the first stage of CJP’s work. Unless the work is communicated to the widest possible audience the potential of these Biodiesel Crops will never be fully realized. That is why CJP is organizing Global JatrophaWorld Programme to bring together the expertise and brightest brains to provide the information required for those who want to know more about 2nd generation biodiesel crops. CJP’s Programme is aimed at consolidating much of the recent research information into a easy to learn format for those searching for the latest information on Biodiesel Crops. I am sure it will prove to be as valuable to both potential and existing farmers, growers and project developers

We are pleased to announce dates of following more Global Programme for 2013

Global Moringa Meet 2013:
2 Day Moringa State of Art International Workshop, November 12 & 22, Jaipur, India

Global Jojoba World 2013:
2 Day Jojoba State of Art International Workshop July 30 & 31, 2013, Jaipur, India

Global Pongamia World 2013:
2 Day Pongamia State of Art International Workshop, August 3 & 4 , 2013, Jaipur, India

Global AlgaeBiodiesel World 2013:
2 Day Algae Fuel State of Art International Workshop, October 25-26 2013, Jaipur, India

This "Nonfood biodiesel” is going to happen. We know there are a lot of farmers, entrepreneurs, and investors reading this who can cash in on this biodiesel craze. They are already doing it big time in Brazil so it's just a matter of time before it happen worldwide using Jatropha and other nonfood oils to make biodiesel. This industry is going to grow very quickly - start planting Jatropha TODAY and then start making biodiesel to produce/generate your own fuel/electricity/power. With above steps —government support, scientific research, new funding, and effective project management—we can make significant progress in the near term to address the climate challenge and fossil fuel crisis through growing green energy from non-food sources.

After having gone through the site you shall be able to know the basic Requirements for an effective energy plantation project. Any failure to meet out above, may lead to a disaster Yes, there is one more reason why there may be a disaster in the waiting. Now that you own the asset, you don't know what to do with it because you did not have a plan about the asset...a perfect business plan is absolute
The Whole World Biodiesel Industry is becoming Jatropha; non-food oil -centric and not just the developing countries want to grow Jatropha and nonfood biodiesel crops with CJP’s integration; American companies want to do business with non-food oil and others and with CJP’s association, EU companies want to do the same


CJP is well positioned to play a leading role in the commercialization of green oil plantation and in sustainable growth in the production of biodiesel and environmental commodities. CJP has extensive on the ground experience in project implementation. The CJP has also strategically attracted and employed market leader executives to expand its management capabilities. CJP can provide the required technical expertise, management capacity, technologies and commercial focus to support widespread green fuel operations.

What need to do to venture into the biggest business opportunity of 21st century...? Just need a proactive approach.

What one needs to do is to create setting up a successful biodiesel Plantation...?... Just CJP’s integration

CJP is getting globally integrated in a very different way with all stakeholders. CJP's global integration is through IPR Knowledge, Strategic Plan to apply our tested and proven Technology and applied Methodology and approach to achieve the aimed objectives i.e. development of FAILSAFE BIO BUSINESS

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