The 6th Global Jatropha Hi-tech Integrated Nonfood Biodiesel Farming & Technology Training Programme is being held September 23-27, 2013 at Jaipur, India. A 5 day ’one stop shop’ assemble of the various nonfood biofuel feedstocks value chain, with featured discussions of new feedstocks and how to accelerate the commercialization of sustainable mobility. This dedicated event is for the fast growing, nonfood biodiesel sector, where the full range of biodiesel crops and technologies can be studied, viewed and seen by all stakeholders at a glance.
While biodiesel can be derived from a wide range of plant sources, many of those sources are used for food and the diversion of food stocks to fuel carries serious economic, social and ethical implications. Sustainable, second-generation biofuels are needed, based on nonfood biodiesel crops and trees that do not compete with food crops and can be grown on marginal land. Nonfood oil crops offer great promise to contribute a significant ideal feedstock for high energy density transportation fuels, such as biodiesel as well as green diesel, green jet fuel and green gasoline.
A comprehensive research and development program for the development of Nonfood biodiesel feedstocks was initiated Centre for Jatropha Promotion & Biodiesel (CJP) and great progress was made. The CJP’s BBA-Biodiesel Business Academy ,a platform for multidisciplinary multifeedstocks research into all aspects of nonfood energy farming intensified its collaborative research approach with regards to perennial oil seeds bearing tree like Pongamia Pinnata, Moringa oliferia, Jojoba, simarouba, etc. in combination with annual nonfood oil crops to have more oil yield per ha and to improve their product. The CJP’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
CJP’s new Nonfood Biodiesel crops like algae, castor, moringa, pongamia, jojoba, simarouba which are poised for commercialization as the newest, greatest biodiesel feedstock as these crops can produce the greatest amount of feedstock for the lowest input and cost. Good scientific research done by CJP’s scientists has shown how oilseed crops grow best across different soil conditions and climates, and how they fit into existing production systems determining what consequences might result from growing these crops in terms of sustainability. Apart from Jatropha, following of Nature's elite stock - true-bred, tried and tested form the part of programme agenda:
Worldwide research efforts have focused on producing algae biofuel feedstock as a response to declining fossil fuel reserves and the need to reverse carbon emission trends. Selected species of algae have been shown to grow up to fifty times faster and make correspondingly more oil than land-based crops. …more
Jojoba (Simmondsia chinesis)�
Jojoba is a new oil-producing industrial crop that has attracted much attention in recent years. The seeds, after ripening and harvest in the summer, are crushed and give a liquid wax yield of about 50% by weight. Jojoba oil, Unlike most other vegetable seed oils, which are triglycerides, jojoba oil is made of long-chain fatty acids and fatty alcohols with no side branching…….more.
ongamia has high oil content (approx. 40%): a higher recovery and quality of oil than other crops, no direct competition with food crops as it is a non-edible source of fuel, and no direct competition with existing farmland as it can be grown on degraded and marginal land. As a legume it is also able to fix its own nitrogen from the soil, minimizing the need for added fertilizers ……..more
Simarouba (Simarouba glauca)�
Simarouba glauca L. is a new crop having multiutilities that can be tapped for production of biofuel in India, Africa and South &Central America. As the kernel has high non-edible oil content, this can be an appropriate candidate for production of biodiesel (simarouba oil methyl ester)………more….
Moringa oleifera is a very fast growing tree; it commonly reaches four metres in height just 10 months after the seed is planted and can bear fruit within its first year. Its pods are triangular in cross-section (30 to 50 cm long) and legume-like in appearance. These pods have oil rich black and winged seeds, which can be crushed to produce biodiesel……,…more.
Ricinus communis is a species that belongs to the Euphorbiaceae family and it is commonly known as castor oil plant. This plant originates in Africa but it is found in both wild and cultivated states in all the tropical and subtropical countries of the world. This plant is well-adapted to arid conditions and is able to stand long periods of drought. The Indian variety of castor seed has an oil content of 48% ……………more
The attendees shall have the opportunity to know the above nonfood biodiesel crops in totality. CJP to provide the right steps to start the successful business ensuring that this crop is planted in the right way and with due cares to what’s possible in terms of sustainable farming techniques. Based on its proprietary knowledge plant����science expertise enhanced technology and extensive experience and by integrating technical and managerial issues CJP has developed Comprehensive Agricultural & technical Training package to deliver Competencies through Qualified trainers with a practical 'hands on' approach.
The Project Developer would need to become an expert in selecting best biodiesel crop, best package of practices, best management techniques, and best technology to extract oil and convert into biodiesel. Then, the correct tools and skills for settings of fuel farm and construction of biodiesel refinery are required, as well as knowledge of multiple and diverse multiple feedstock. Finally, engineering skills are necessary, to install and maintain the oil and biodiesel plants.CJP is the champion in demonstrate and promote such systems with Distinguished scientists who are innovators in the field of Bio crops agricultural science and technology and shall deliver extensive knowledge-as to how to put sustainable farming systems combining food, feed and energy production, into practice.
Global JatrophaWorld 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�
To create, build and succeed in the growing world of biodiesel one need complete and comprehensive knowledge of Plant Science, Plant Technology and Plant Economics and just registering yourself for the mega happenings in the Jatropha world, you can ensure the same as this is the only platform to understand & learn, to plan and execute, the best expertise to discuss and analyze the present and future dynamics of Jatropha, other nonfood oil crops
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