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Biodiesel Feasibility Studies and Business Plans
The Overview

As the financial crisis continues to take its toll, now more than ever is the time for innovative managers and entrepreneurs to come up with ideas that lead to opportunities to launch new ventures. So, is this bust really a boon for innovation? The timing may seem inauspicious. In fact, the odds on the success of an appropriately directed new venture during a downturn may be higher in a bust than in a competitive boom. A downturn also creates new needs. Common outcome of downturns is an abundance of underutilized resources that may be available at a relatively low cost. Getting to the break even point for a new venture and then to profitable growth is crucial in any business. Another approach to winning is to lower costs without sacrificing productivity or benefits to the consumer. It is only fitting for the downturn to precipitate a fresh round of entrepreneurship and innovation in a new set of industries.

he renewable fuel may lead developing countries in reducing emissions from deforestation, improving energy efficiency, and transforming urban transport. Such an approach can simultaneously support economic recovery and encourage growth in areas that mitigate the impact of climate change. The global crisis may well lead to a temporary reduction of pressure on biofuel production, but as the price of oil is likely to rise again, the biofuel issue will return to the top of the agenda. To be better prepared for this, and to avoid the repetition of the historic scenario, we should take the business to a low carbon development path. The 2nd generation biodiesel project proposal takes around 3-5 years to come into existence and starts positive cash flow. As such it is high time to plan and construct biodiesel industry and be prepared for any next financial slowdown


We believe that businesses prosper if they fulfill human needs – and companies such fulfill the need for energy. Energy is central to growth and development because it provides affordable solutions for heat, light and mobility. It lights up our homes, helps us cook our meals, provides power for our factories, and fuels our modes of transport – from two-wheelers to buses and trains and airplanes. We believe that the right to energy is a fundamental right. It extends people's lives and improves their livelihoods – so the foundation of any energy policy has to be that energy is a good thing – and people should not be denied energy. But at the same time as providing the benefits of energy, we have to address the challenges that it brings. These include energy security and the environment. The environment is important – alongside providing secure energy for growth, to move beyond hydrocarbons in the energy we offer to the developing low carbon economy. If we are able to eliminate poverty, provide gainful employment to all and do these while protecting the environment, we would have shown a new path to sustainable development. This is exactly the kind of vision to inspire the world of business. Non-food crops may play a major role in creating the secure and sustainable energy of tomorrow. It is a significant business. And it exists because there is a strong business case for low-carbon power today – and there will be an increasingly strong case in the coming years.

Biofuel, "Diesel" from Jatropha and other non food tree crops has the ability to lift many people from poverty to financial independence, from despair to respect and unemployment to business owners.

In this way
Farmers would earn from Jatropha/other nonfood crops farming
Farm worker would have employment
Small rural enterprises would sell or purchase the seeds
Small scale industries grow for oil production
Diesel fuel production would further provide business opportunity
By products like press-cake would be traded by villagers
Energy employment and earnings would go together
The Cost
The cost of cultivation depends upon labor availability and comes around US $ 550 -1200 per hectare
The cost maintenance of plantation is around US $ 100-200 per year per hectare
The cost of oil extraction roughly comes about US $ 0, 12 / kg
The cost of Bio Diesel is largely dependent on the choice of feedstock and the size of the production facility.
The goal of CJP, if non-food feedstock is used, the fuel will cost depending on the country approximately US $ 0, 40 per liter plus tax when applicable.
CJP is set to become one of the world's major promoters and producer of Jatropha and other nonfood tree crops focusing on producing Biodiesel from non-food feed stocks and believes there are globally important opportunities to be exploited….sustainable viable biodiesel business plans. Biofuel's exciting growth prospects have drawn in investors Well-known/new entrepreneurs are pushing into the sector .Just to facilitate We have introduced various biodiesel business plans from farming to fuel based on our extensive experience , research and knowledge keeping in view the fact that “Those who fail to plan, plan to fail”
To break the link between biodiesel feedstocks and food products; Jatropha and other non-food oil bearing crops are the cheapest and the viable business propositions with following independent or combined options:
To Become Owner Of: An Oil Reserve: Start Business of Biodiesel crops Cultivation:
To Become Owner Of: A Crude Oil Well: Start Business Of Bio- Oil- Making:
To Become Owner of: a Diesel Refinery: Start sustainable Business of Biodiesel
1.Jatropha Biodiesel Business Plan
2.Alage Biodiesel Business Plan
3.Jojoba Biodiesel Business Plan
4.Derris Indica (Pongamia pinnata) Biodiesel Business Plan
5.Madhuca indica Biodiesel Business Plan
6.Neem (Azadirachta indica) Biodiesel Business Plan
7.Simarouba (Simarouba glauca) Biodiesel Business Plan
8.Moringa oleifera Biodiesel Business Plan
9.Tumba (Citrullus colocynthis) Biodiesel Business Plan
10.Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.) Biodiesel Business Plan
11.Ricinus communis Biodiesel Business Plan
12.Camelina Biodiesel Business Plan
For details of different business plan as highlighted above, kindly visit relevant pages
We shall explain that what is the opportunity and how we should intend to capitalize on it, whilst providing sustainable development in the areas within which we work on the following pages:-
The NEED to plan
The Making of PLAN
The Input/ Output to the plan
The cost of services
While formulating and execution of your ambitious jatropha and other non-food crops based business plan, we provide /undertake:
  1. Desk-Top Feasibility Study Report
  2. Pre-Feasibility Study Report
  3. Complete Consultancy
  4. Business Plan making
  5. Business Plan Execution
For a detailed quote kindly mail to or contact
Business Development Division, CJP
B-132, Sainik Basti, Churu-331001  
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